With the New Year approaching, now is the best time to think about some cool resolutions for the next year. Unfortunately, almost 90% of people who make New Year’s resolutions fail to keep them. One of the reasons why the success rate is so low is that people often resolve goals that are very difficult (if not impossible) to achieve. To help you become more successful with your plans for the New Year, we compiled a post with resolutions that are not so hard to keep. If you want to stick to what you resolve, check out these New Year’s Resolutions That You Can Actually Keep.
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Instead of trying to reach out to all your friends from high school, college, former jobs etc., pick just one person you lost contact with and refresh your friendship.
People often resolve to “read more,” but this is a very broad and vague term. It is better to set several specific books that you want read during the next year.
Getting out of debts is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make. Instead of resolving to pay off your debts completely, resolve to create a reasonable and doable debt reduction plan and try to follow it.
Again, “travel more” is too vague. Chose one place or country that you have always wanted to visit and promise yourself that you will make the trip during the next year.
Learning a new language
Don’t resolve to master a new language completely. Make the resolution more realistic and attainable. Resolve to reach a certain level (for example B1) in the language.