Good intentions are one thing. Good results are something else. The gap between the two is the quality and consistency of your actions. For most, good intentions are forgotten in the maelstrom of life: stress gets in the way and other priorities fight for your attention.

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The Christmas TV ads are tugging at our heartstrings (and our purses); magazines are filled with tips on how to make the best Christmas lunch, tables heaving from the weight of it all; Christmas songs are playing on the radio; shops are filled with goods to tantalise; and the supermarket shelves are filled with produce which expires before the big day, assuming we will be eating the same foods from now into the Boxing Day.

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