New Years Resolutions Are Here
Making a New Year’s Resolution seems to be more of a requirement these days, and oftentimes, you’ll make a resolution so big that it’s hard to keep. If setting your goal for the year feels more like a chore than a real opportunity to improve your life, we have some ways to make the resolution brainstorming process a little easier- and make your resolutions more realistic in the long run.
Equip yourself with the right tools and people around to help you keep your New Years Resolution intact
Set SMART Goals
Often, resolutions are far too broad for any meaningful progress to be tracked. Making SMART goals helps to really visualize and quantify the progress you’ve made. SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely. So instead of resolving to ‘work out more,’ maybe plan on working out for 30 min, 5 days a week for all of January. Or instead of ‘shopping less,’ set a monthly budget of $X to be spent on clothes for 2019.