Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year
It is estimated that approximately 45% of adult Americans make at least one resolution each year…
after the first week of January, 75% of those whom made a resolution are still on track.
Here are the most common resolutions:
• Lose weight:
Accompanied by eating healthier and exercising more.
• Stop a bad habit:
Such as drinking, smoking, etc.
• Improve Finances!
Two weeks after January the percentage of Americans still working on their New Year’s resolution is 71%, and after one month 64%.
Here are a few more common resolutions:
• Better job: Many people are unhappy with their employment and seek a better position.
• Better education: Go back to college for more education, or improve grades in current classes.
• Volunteer/give to charities: The holidays bring many news stories about the needs of others.
• Plan a trip/vacation: Whether alone or with the family a vacation is always a nice goal to have!
You may want to set your goals for early in the year because…
six months after January only 46% of us are still trying to complete our resolution.
So how are you planning to stick to your resolution? Tomorrow we will provide some suggestions to help us all stick to our New Year’s resolution!