Making Time for Healthy Behaviors

A little planning, prioritization, and creative problem solving can help you reach your behavior change goals.


One roadblock to adopting new, healthier, behaviors—like moving more and cooking healthy meals at home—is finding time to do them. “A new behavior may seem daunting because it’s unfamiliar,” says Nicole Ninteau, PhD, MPH, adjunct lecturer at the Friedman School, “but it may turn out to be easier than you think!”

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