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New Year, New Resolutions


It is a common tale: someone makes a new year's resolution that has faded away come February. However, there are ways to ensure that your resolution can become a new habit.

There are certain factors to consider when making any goal, and these same considerations should be taken into account when making a resolution for 2019. This article, How to Make (and Keep) a New Year's Resolution, shows what steps you should take to make your resolution a reality.

Keep these ideas in mind when developing your resolution:

  • Is it specific?
  • Is it achievable?
  • Is it relevant?

These questions, among others, are important to ask yourself while deciding any goal or resolution. This article also highlights how to formulate your plan to success and how to get over hurdles. 

Read this article now to get a jumpstart on your resolutions and develop them in the wisest way possible.

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