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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Many people want to spend more time with their families. Be specific about this resolution, and try to set a particular number of days or family trips you will spend with your loved ones each week or month.
Have you ever wanted to try volunteering? There are hundreds of interesting volunteer programs these days, so pick the one that suits you most and put it on your New Year’s resolutions list.
Stopping procrastination is an increasingly popular New Year’s resolution, but it is very hard to keep unless we set specific and measurable goals, such as the number of hours you can spend on social media daily/weekly etc.
Weight loss is an absolute New Year’s resolution evergreen. The key to success here is to break the resolution down to smaller and more realistic goals. If you resolve to lose 2 pounds each month, and you follow this plan, you will end up losing 24 pounds in year, which is still a great achievement.
Many people resolve to “learn to cook,” but it is very difficult to keep this broad resolution. Instead, try to learn how to prepare one (or more) specific meals you have always wanted to be able to prepare.