Keep Your Resolution!
Time has passed since you made your New Years Resolution, but are you sticking to your promise?
Use these strategies to help stick to your resolutions.
Recent polls show more than 50% of Americans are more committed to appreciate their loved ones and spend more time with their family and friends in the New Year. Another popular decision that many of us made privately to ourselves was to get fit. Ironically, most of us have the same goal but each of us requires a different process in order to trim down or to stick to an exercise routine.
In fact, statistically, after the first week of making our promises to ourselves, only 75% of us actually keep our resolutions, which means that one out of four of us have already given up in the first seven days. The second week, close to one third of us lose our willpower and we return to the same bad habits we had before. Of those of us who fail at keeping our promise, 80% drop the ball because we are so concerned with the actual thought of “what if I fail? What if I can’t keep my resolution?” and of course we don’t.
If you have failed, start again, but this time, try applying some strategies that have worked to keep your resolution: