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New Year’s Resolutions – How To Make It Work

Submitted by on December 30, 2013 – 10:58 pmNo Comment

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Author: Suzie Parker

I love making new year’s resolutions. I see it as infinite possibilities that can help me become a better person. You may not feel the same about New Year’s resolutions. You may be one of those people who make them just to break them the next week. I used to be one of those people, until I realized how to make New Year’s resolutions that work. I will share with you my secrets to making lasting New Year’s resolutions in this article.

Here are the 4 steps that you need to take to ensure New Year’s resolution success

1. Clearly state what your New Year’s resolutions are

You must have a clear idea of what you want to accomplish in the new year. These are the things that you desire with all of your heart. Think about what your resolutions are and write them all down.

2. Make your resolutions visual

This is the step that will help to motivate you the most. Take a big cardboard and some magazines, a scissor and glue. Go through the magazines and cut out all the pictures that represent your New Year’s resolutions. Stick them onto the cardboard and place the cardboard where you can see it often. If you want to lose weight for example, you would cut out pictures of a body to die for, healthy foods and people who are doing active things.

3. Plan how you are going to achieve it

Now comes one of the most important steps – the planning step. Sit down and plan how you are going to achieve your resolution. It will help if you set goals, just make sure the goals are specific, realistic and measurable. If you want to lose weight for example, your plans might include to eat healthier and to exercise more often.

4. Track your progress

Keep track of how you are doing to help keep you motivated and to ensure that you succeed. Regularly check up on your goals to see that you are still on track. It might help you to write down your progress on a calendar or a white board and it might act as extra motivation.

These steps are all you need to make sure that your New Year’s resolutions work this time. Just implement them and you will be on your way to reaching all of your goals!

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