What factors prevent you from achieving your New Year's resolutions?
Slipping back into previous patterns -- or being so busy to not have the time to follow through with the initial intentions.
There is nothing stopping me from achieving my new year's resolutions. The only one stopping me is me.
Not setting mini goals for your new year's resolution. If your resolution is to loose 10 lbs for instance, it is better to set mini goals like drinking more water, not eating right before bed and running 3-5 miles a few times a week. If you can stick to the mini goals you will stick to your resolution longer and be more likely to achieve it.
The reason I couldn't achieve my resolutions is simple. I didn't think I would achieve it before i set it. How stupid is that?
by Victoria Lynn5 years ago
What are some reasonable New Year's Resolutions that might actually be kept?Do you have some practical suggestions? Some that are easier to keep than others?
by teenboyproblems6 years ago
What are your New Year's resolutions for 2012?
by Debby Bruck7 years ago
Will making a list of New Year Resolutions help you attain your dreams?Will your list be short or long? Is it a repeat of last year? Does it deal with character traits or hoping to attain a goal or accumulate some type...
by bumbershoot5 years ago
Do you expect to achieve your New Year's resolutions this year? Or do you make them out of habit?I've heard a couple of people mention their New Year's resolutions and then follow it up with an immediate "But...
by tntguru8 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 Danette Watt6 years ago
Do you make New Year's resolutions and if so, what is a goal you hope to achieve in 2012?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.