This is part 2 of this blog post series. You can read part 1 (http://www NULL.beyondattitude NULL.com/2017/05/10/how-i-lost-25-pounds-by-fostering-my-own-behaviour-change-part-1/). The series covers weight loss tips based on changing your own behaviour.
When the doorbell rings at our house, our pet dog gets very excited, as Yorkies tend to do. I am trying to teach wee Haggis to sit obediently by the door. But to be successful, I need to get him
We are expecting 50 people at the Community-based Social Marketing workshop in North Bay tomorrow (November 25, 2013). I am excited to be working with my colleagues at Lura Consulting (http://www NULL.lura NULL.ca) and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (http://www
Every Behaviour Change campaign requires materials to support the program. Whether they are web-based, posters, prompts or informative leaflets, when you are developing materials to support behaviour change programs, it is important to resonate with your readers. After all, you
In early 2011 I made a commitment about which I could not be happier. I blogged about it at the time (http://www NULL.beyondattitude NULL.com/2011/04/23/another-kind-of-commitment/), and even considered it to be a new type of commitment, one not typically part of