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Why New Years Resolutions Fail

Can you believe it’s March already? Seems like yesterday we were kicking 2020 “badbye” and here we are in the third month of the year. From the heading you can guess what I’m going to say next. How are you doing with your New Year’s resolution? If you’re like most people, chances are you’re not doing so well.

We start out January with great intentions. We resolve to lose weight, eat healthy, exercise more, gain control over our finances or to generally have a more positive outlook. Some of us have no problem keeping our resolutions.

But for many of us, shortly after the New Year, a week or two or even a month in, we begin to slide back into our old ways, and by March we have completely given up on our resolutions.

Why do so many people have problems following through?

Researchers give several reasons for this. Among them are :

  • Willingness to change a bad habit
  • Setting unrealistic goals
  • Lack of support or accountability

Now you know some of the reasons you fail in keeping your New Year’s resolutions, it’s time to do something about it. Get back on track.

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