A lot of people make New Year Resolutions. Hence, it is estimated that almost 40% of the population makes resolutions at the beginning of the year. But, the question is how many of us adhere to our resolutions for the entire year? Unfortunately not too many of us have the willpower or ability to carry out our new year resolutions for the full year.
Some of the top New Year Resolutions:
Improve our fitness. Exercise more, eat healthier food, lose some weight, drink lesser alcohol, stop smoking etc.
Improve our state of mind. Thinking positively, enjoying our life, laughing more
Improve our money situation. Save more money, make more investments, spend wisely
Improve our career. Find a better job, become an entrepreneur, work harder at the current job
Improve our education. Especially for students, a promise to study harder
Improve our self. Reduce stress, become more positive, more organize, watch less TV
Help others by volunteering or doing more charity
Spend more time with loved ones as-well-as, family
Pray more, meditate, become more spiritual
Spend less time on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media
But, unfortunately, most of us break our New Year Resolutions within the first week itself. Thus, almost all of us break all our resolutions within the month of January itself.
To be more successful in following our resolutions for the entire year, follow these simple steps