A New Year's resolution is an old tradition in which a person promises to change or refrain from doing something in the course of the coming year (or hopefully even longer) that will improve their life or improve. This long-term goal is a challenge for most, and many of these resolutions will fail.
These promises are made every year on New Year's Eve or New Year's. This promise is usually forgotten or given up until February. These promises are either broken because we forget, give up, or set unreachable goals. Let us admit that we have made some ridiculous resolutions over the years. Maybe someone chose a triathlon and then realized that it was a bit overused because they had never had a day in their life.
Instead of setting unreachable goals or giving up too early, follow our example of how to create and keep New Year's resolutions.
Why do we make New Year's resolutions?
A New Year's resolution is a great way to make a positive change in your life. The end of December is a time to think about the year that is coming to an end and to look forward to the coming year. January is an opportunity for change, a chance to try something new, and to start a new chapter in your life. We have all heard the phrase "A new year, a new me". At the beginning of a new year, people started to improve.
Even if many of us will not meet our New Year's resolutions, the tradition continues around the world. Approximately 40% of people are said to keep this annual promise, but few are able to actually deliver it.
So how do you make your New Year's resolutions and most importantly, do you keep them? Regardless of whether you want to quit smoking, do more exercise, or learn a new skill, you can better achieve your goal if you follow these important tips.