Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

Keeping New Year's Resolutions


by Carla Hill

Have you made a new year’s resolution? If you’ve tried to keep up with a resolution the whole year through, you already know how difficult it can be to stick to your guns.


We can become easily distracted by day-to-day activities or simply fall victim to old habits and routines.

altMaking a new year’s resolution is about just that. It’s about breaking old habits and retraining or reprogramming the way you live or approach your life.

  1. Post It: We have a way of thinking of a grand idea and then forgetting it. If you make a chart, graph, or simple journal entry detailing what you want to accomplish, you are more likely to keep at it. Hang a post-it note on your mirror or a note on the fridge as a daily reminder!
  2. Get a Buddy
  3. Keep a Journalalt
  4. Be Kind
  5. Set Time Specific Goals
  6. Have Consequences

Setting a new year’s resolution is an admirable task!

The new year is a great time to mark a new way of thinking, being, or doing.

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