They say usually people quit in 4 to 6 weeks. Is anyone still going strong on their resolution? If so how and whats keeping you going?
I spared myself the agony of defeat back in December. I resolved not to resolve or resolute anything. For instance, I ate chocolate ice cream for Valentine's Day, guilt and resolution free!
The skinny lovers be damned! I loved every spoonful.
So far, I continue to get up every morning. So my New Year's resolution is still a resounding success.
Congratulations on that. Do you rely on an alarm clock to stick to your resolution or does the rooster keep on ticking?
I'm very proud to say that I have not given up on my New Year's resolution and have no plans to. I began working out and eating better and I continue to do so. I'm not expecting miracles, I just needed a more physical, healthy lifestyle, and I've made it happen. Little by little I feel muscle where there once was fat and I feel my dress size become smaller and smaller. All through hard work and persistence. I've never been able to get this far in my life, with the healthy lifestyle, so I'm very proud of myself and hope to be sexy by summer:)
I don't make resolutions. I try to live the best I can each day, regardless of circumstances. While goals can be helpful, I would rather focus on living and experiencing what the day brings.
I thought I was going to focus on one room of my house each month, starting with the kitchen. That didn't work!
I have also decided not to get involved in contentious forum threads, so I haven't been posting much in the forums! But this isn't a resolution, it's simply a preference.
by easyspeak7 years ago
Or any other New Years Resolutions in general...
by cobrien2 years ago
I plan to actually do it this time! This past year has prepared me to keep my New Years resolution of improving my health and losing weight. I've done a little studying. I've recently read that a research done last...
by tntguru7 years ago
As the old saying goes: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail". That, in part, is why I believe in making New Years resolutions. However, I think they should be simple, no more than three in number, and...
by Wayne Tully5 years ago
To clear and publish my unpublished hubs once completed and not to have any unpublished hubs ever again as it saps my productivity, that and Facebook!What is your New Years Resolution?
by christianmonitor5 years ago
I will get closer to my God this year and help others in need.
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
since christmas is over, i figured we could all start preparing for the new year. therefore, lets hear what you guys new years resolution will be.
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