New Year’s resolutions are quite common in today’s society with over half of American adults creating them as the ball drops. Six month’s into those resolutions and only about 40 percent are still on track. Experts agree that the reasoning behind all this failure is simple: we set unrealistic goals. We set goals that we cannot reach.
The way we can combat failure is setting realistic resolutions that we can all achieve and be successful at. For instance, we don’t have to make a goal to lose 100 pounds, Instead, you can focus on changing your diet one day at a time. You can make healthier choices everyday. Also, do not set a goal to run a marathon. Instead, set a goal to walk on your treadmill 3 times a week.
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21 New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep