Have you made your New Year’s resolution? If you continue to struggle with the answer to that question, consider these: spending time with family and friends, exercise more regularly, quit smoking, quit drinking, enjoy life more, get out of debt, learn something new, help others, or get organized. Those are the top nine resolutions made every year.
The top two resolutions, exercise more regularly and quit smoking, can leave some people unsuccessful after a certain time frame. To keep your New Year’s resolution, decide right now that you can quit smoking or curb eating, create a plan, prepare yourself mentally, get help and support from family and friends, get help from your doctor and know your triggers. These simple ideas can help you keep your resolution. Studies show that 78% of people who make resolutions rarely keep them.