Making New Year’s resolutions is the easy part — keeping those resolutions can be difficult.

According to a 2016 Ipsos poll, 73 per cent Canadians who set a New Year’s resolution will break them. In fact, there’s even a day for it: Friday, January 17, is known as Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day.

Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network can help people keep those resolutions with several free workshops:

  • Ask a Dietitian group appointments — Professional advice from a registered dietitian while learning from others who have similar health questions.
  • Craving Change — four-week workshop for adults who struggle with problematic eating.
  • Happiness Basics — four-week course that teaches you skills to boost your overall happiness.
  • Tobacco Cessation — four-week workshop where peer support through group sessions significantly increases your chances to quit smoking.

People can self-register for these free workshops. If anyone has any health concerns about participating, they should consult your family doctor.
Additionally, the PCN offers:

Register online or by phone at 1-855-79-CFPCN (23726)

Watch PCN Medical Director Dr. Janet Reynolds discuss the workshops on Global television.