Once the partying is over and fireworks are finished, it’s time to realize that a new year has arrived. But well, the New Year isn’t just about replacing the wall calendar or wishing friends. It’s about revitalization, reinvention, reexamining the goals, redefining the future and of course, about making resolutions. It’s a time to reflect on the changes we want to make and resolve to follow through on those changes. We all make personal resolutions around this time of year. Studies show that the most common New Year’s Resolutions are losing weight, exercising more and quitting smoking.
People may argue that New Year’s Resolutions are pretty worthless and difficult to follow through. But if it’s tough to keep your resolutions throughout the year, it’s not a reason not to make them. If you are considering making a resolution, the good news is that by making a resolution you are 10 times more likely to succeed in your goal as suggested in some studies.
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