It’s pretty easy to set those New Year’s resolutions, but sticking with them is a whole different story. There’s something about the start of a new year that makes people want to start fresh with a new project or a new goal for themselves. The problem is that real life soon sets in and you realize that it’s hard to make changes. However, it’s not impossible. Here are 30 blog entries to help you figure out how to be one of the few people to actually stick to your New Year’s resolution.
One of the top resolutions every year is to lose weight and get healthy. While this can quickly seem like an insurmountable task, you have to remember that it takes 21 days to start a new habit. Break down your resolution into small habits and start a couple new habits every week. Keep track of when you start your new habits on your phone and do something every day to create those habits. Here are five blog posts to give you some tips on how to keep your weight loss resolution.
- Keep Your Weight Loss Resolutions
- Keeping New Year’s Resolutions
- Weight loss—One of Your New Year’s Resolutions Too?
- Three Tips for Keeping New Year’s Resolutions
- Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2013
Many people make the resolution to exercise more. It may or may not be tied with losing weight, but nearly everyone has heard at one time or another that doctors think that exercise is the cure for almost everything. If you want to live longer, exercise. If you want to avoid cancer, exercise. The list goes on and on. By now you’d think that everyone would be exercising for one reason or another, yet people aren’t. Exercising is hard work and can be time consuming. Take a look at these five blog articles to learn tips to stick with your resolution.
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- Keeping Up New Year’s Resolutions
- A Librarian’s Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution
- Secrets to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions
- 5 Tips on How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions
Organization ties into many different areas of your life. If you want to have better time management and stop being late for everything, you need better organization. If you want to save money, you need to better organize your finances. So getting organized is probably a small part of everyone’s resolutions. That being said, these blog entries can give you some insight on how to finally get organized.
- Tips for Cleaning Up and Getting Organized
- New Year’s Resolution: Get Organized and Enjoy Life More
- Keep at Least One New Year’s Resolution
- 21 Easy New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep
- New Year, New You: Get Organized!
Probably one of the hardest resolutions to keep is quitting smoking. Sure, there’s hypnosis and acupuncture, but does anything really work? Should you talk to your doctor and get some help with medicines to help you quit? Check out these five blog posts for tips to keep your New Year’s resolution to quit smoking.
- St. Barnabas Offers Tips for Quitting Smoking
- Quit Smoking as Your New Year’s Resolution: 10 Tips to Stick to it this Time
- Quitting Smoking as a New Year’s Resolution: Aromatherapy Suggestions to Help
- More Smokers Make New Year’s Resolution to Quit
- New Year’s Resolutions + Tips for Keeping Them
Get Out of Debt
Many people would like to get out of debt or save more money this year. Some might say that this resolution is easier than some of the other top resolutions. How hard could it be to put a little money aside each paycheck? Well, it can be very hard if you don’t have a lot of disposable income which is probably what caused you to get into debt in the first place. These bloggers know a thing or two about getting out of debt and saving money. Take a look at these five blog articles and see if you can use any of their tips.
- Best Payoff Tips: Financial Resolutions for the New Year
- Tips for Getting Out of Credit Card Debt in the New Year
- Five Ways to Get Out of Debt
- Cool Apps to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
- New Year’s Resolutions—Let’s Start the New Year Right!
New Job/Work Goal
With the unemployment rate the highest it’s ever been there are a lot of people that are out of work and looking for jobs. Companies are continuing to do cut backs and lay people off, which only adds even more people to the job market. Read through these five blog entries and see if you can learn any tips to help you with your job goal.