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Achieving your New Year’s Resolutions

The statistics on New Year’s resolutions are dire. We start out the year with great expectations, but the majority of us have abandoned our best-laid plans by mid-February.

Are we really all that unmotivated?

Or are we simply making it too hard on ourselves?

It’s important to put ourselves in environments that facilitate our resolutions. Make it convenient. Make it pleasant. Make it easy.

It helps to make our resolutions concrete and actionable.

A few ideas to get you started:

Instead of simply saying: “I want to work out more,” join a fitness facility that you enjoy spending time in. Hire a personal trainer and schedule regular appointments.

Instead of saying: “I want to spend less time behind a screen and re-ignite personal relationships,” get out of your routine and start scheduling plans to meet up in person.

Instead of saying: “I want to learn more,” join a club or a class that aligns with your interests.

Resolutions don’t have to be earth-shattering. Small adjustments add up. What will you change this year?