Each new year many of us come up with a list of resolutions that we are determined to follow through on. Some of us want to quit smoking, eat healthier, or exercise more often. No matter the resolution, however, the odds are against us to keep them for the entire year. According to the U.S. News and World Report, 80% of people who make new year’s resolutions give up on them by the second week of February.
This year, before embarking on a quest to stick with your new year’s resolution, try a few tips that will help you make the changes that you can keep for the entire year ahead.