Three out of four times, yes. Sometimes things come up that change my abilities to follow through with my Resolutions. It could be lack of funds for a vacation. A family member needing my help. Anything could arise. But I am usually good at following through with my goals and add them to my list of achievements.
I think this comes from Dave Ramsey, but the advice was to set goals that are quantifiable, with tasks you can complete and a timeline to follow them. Instead of a goal to lose weight, say the goal is to lose 20 pounds in the year. Then list how you would accomplish it, such as walking more and eating out less. Then list how you'll do it in measurable steps, such as walking 10 minutes a day or no longer ordering out pizza every week.
Set measurable goals, define how you can accomplish it and how you'll do that on a daily or weekly basis.
by Chitrangada Sharan5 years ago
Do you make new year resolutions and if so, do you follow them sincerely?
by Joleen Friesen3 years ago
Do you create New Years Resolutions? Why?I find it simpler to make choices that send me towards my goal along with getting an extra oomph with the consequences of my choices. Using traditional methods haven't ever...
by SEXYLADYDEE5 years ago
Since New Years Resolutions are rarely maintained how do you inspire yourself to achieve goals?I have bucket list goals, life goals, parenting goals, crafting goals and more. My journal is the place to keep them listed...
by TravelMonkey9 years ago
Mine are quite typical, eat more healthy, play more football and get a promotion.
by Sherry Hewins6 weeks ago
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by Adamowen5 years ago
Have you kept up with your new years resolutions?
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