New Year’s Resolutions
A lot of people, myself included, tend to make New Year’s Resolutions they can’t keep. I have been there, many times over but, after numerous failures at keeping up with my resolutions I have learned a thing or two.
I try to make my resolutions much like I do my short term goals. This way I am not making unrealistic resolutions that are likely to fall through and leave me feeling like a failure.
One of the biggest reasons many New Year’s Resolutions fail is because they are too vague, too grand, and too focused on the result and not the cause. If you make your resolutions more specific eg: go on a 30-minute walk, 3-4 days a week vs work out, you may see better results as you have a specific task to stick to.