Going cold turkey on alcohol. Kicking caffeine to the curb forever. Sculpting Jess Ennis abs. It probably won’t surprise you that new year’s resolutions do not last very long.
By January 23, most of us have given up on our goals, according to data from the University of Hertfordshire, which also shows that those who stick to their resolutions break them down into a series of smaller goals. It’s also a matter of rewarding yourself for meeting a goal, announcing your ambitions to others, focusing on the benefits (and not on what you have sacrificed!) and keeping a diary of your progress.
We all do it – vow to lose weight, get fitter, be richer or eat healthier at the start of each year. But vowing is very different from doing, and long-term changes start with daily goals. Interested in giving it a go? Try these expert fixes to swap big goals for attainable aims in 2016.
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