New Year's Resolutions, What's The Point?
By Danyale N
January 2, 2018 12:40pm CST
So I keep getting asked now that it is the first of the year, what is my new years resolution? I am actually wondering at this point why is it so important? I mean don't most people break their resolution within the first couple months? So I guess the question is do you feel its something needed by people. I mean my response is every time I have ever done one I have always broke it so I see just going into this new year with positive thinking and hoping for the best not making goals that I probably won't keep.
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• Manchester, England
I agree completely. Every year countless people make resolutions, mainly because they feel compelled to follow this tradition, but rarely keep the resolution past mid January. You are unlikely to keep a resolution unless you have a genuine desire to make that particular change in your life. If you do have the desire then you would make that change whatever time of year it is.
• United States
I made my own personal "resources" a month prior. You don't need for it to be new years to make a change. The change starts now. So I guess my new years resolution is to simply keep improving on the changes I decided to make haha. I still like to ask what others plan to change, get some inspirational.
• United States
Yes, I wrote on this too. I just have some goals for the year but I wouldn't call them resolutions, those I can't even get out of January with them in tack. I think writing your goals down does help you stick to achieving those goals. If you slip a little or don't get the goal done in time. Don't give up, try again or set a new time to get the goal done. Hope you have a good new year.