Every January, thousands of Americans make promises to
themselves that they will change and/or improve various aspects of their
lives. Many subscribe to the notion of
“a new year, a new you”. But why is it
that these resolutions almost never last past January 17th?
Does that second donut look too good to pass up? Or maybe the couch feels much more
comfortable than your brand-new running shoes?
Good ol’ will-power could be the biggest challenge, but many
don’t plan and educate themselves on how to go about improving and changing
According to Time.com
, the top ten most commonly broken New Year’s Resolutions are:
Weight and Get Fit
Learn Something New
Eat Healthier and Diet
Get Out of Debt and Save Money
Spend More Time with Family
Travel to New Places
Be Less Stressed
Stay tuned for online and library resources that can help
YOU make goals and stick to them!
Happy New Year!