New Year’s Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past, and more importantly, forward to the coming year.
It’s a time to reflect on the changes we want (or need) to make and resolve to follow through on those changes.
Did your New Year resolutions make our top ten list of the most popular resolutions?
TOP 10 NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS
|Stay fit and healthy||37%|
|Enjoy life to the fullest||28%|
|Spend less, save more||25%|
|Spend more time with family and friends||19%|
|Will not make any resolutions||16%|
|Learn something new/new hobby||14%|
If you chose to go on a diet, did you decide to pick one of these?
TOP GO-TO LOW-CALORIE OR DIET FOODS
Here’s a possible fix for those failed resolutions, according to Daily Mail:
Declaring your New Year’s resolution may not be the best way to get serious about personal goals.
Researchers from four universities across the United States have now found that asking questions is a more effective method in keeping up with resolutions, which have become notorious for fizzling out shortly after they’ve been made.
Instead of pledging to exercise in the New Year, it would be more effective to ask yourself, or someone else: ‘Will you exercise this year?’, they claim.
Eureka! That’s it! Ask yourselves a question and that might make you work harder. As you know, we question ourselves every day until we do something about it.
What are your feelings about this? Will you be creating a New Year’s resolution or a question? Share with us your decision in our comment section below.