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Jan 8, 2014 — Well, it’s that time of year again. The time that many of us dread as the New Year begins. What time is that I am speaking of you may ask? Basically, I am talking about that time of year where we all tend to make those lovely New Year’s resolutions.
New Year’s resolutions can be a wonderful time to reevaluate our lives and see where we can tend to improve upon ourselves from the previous year. This is also a time where we can look back at the previous year and contemplate the good and the bad and see what adjustments can and should be made.
The problem with New Year’s resolutions is that for many of us they are very hard to keep within a week of making them. You must have dedication, discipline, tenacity and all of those other great qualities in order to do your best at trying to keep these resolutions going for the long haul. You wonder to yourself if you really have what it takes to stay the course and come out victorious on the other end.
Well, I have news for you. I believe we all have it within us to stay the course. I just think it takes some planning and preparation in order for it to all come together in one nice, neat package. Therefore, I am going to give you some pointers on what it takes to start a New Year’s resolution and keep it going. Hopefully these tips will give you the staying power you need to take the plunge and never look back.
Okay, here are the tips you need to get going and these are courtesy of an article from the Huffington Post online on January 6, 2014 entitled: “10 Tricks to Help You Actually Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions,” written by Jeanette Pavini.
As you can see, there are ways to make a concerted effort to make and keep those New Year’s resolutions. You just have to follow the tips above and also let common sense guide you in your endeavors. After all, nothing in life is easy, and sometimes it’s the hardest things in life that we have to do in our daily lives that end up yielding us the greatest results.
May this New Year 2014 be your best year yet in achieving your goals! Remember also that the Daviess County Public Library has plenty of books on weight loss, fitness, health, finances, and more that can lead you on the path to helping you make those New Year’s resolutions stick.