Resolutions aka More & Less 2018
Resolutions, we've all made them. And in all honesty, we've all broken them too. According to the University of Scranton, research suggests that just 8% of people achieve their New Year's goals. U.S. News shares that 80% of resolutions fail by the second week of February. (So much for cutting carbs in 2016!)
Percentage of Resolutions Made in 2017
Last year (2017) my primary resolution was to be able to take a compliment (without saying anything negative about myself in response). Honestly, this was hard for me to do, but an important practice to implement.
Below is a chart of the most popular resolutions for 2017. This year I did one of my favorite ways of setting goals for the new year, and that is making a More/Less list. It's simply a list of things I want to do more of to replace not-so-positive habits.
We're five months into the year, how are your resolutions going? One of my favorite quotes is "every second is a chance to turn your life around," so keep in mind, each day is an opportunity to start over again. Every day your have the opportunity to get a little closer to being the person you want to be, living the life you want to live. It's a process, so remember to be gentle with yourself and I pray that 2018 is your best year yet!
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