Why New Year’s Resolutions Tend To Fail

Galo Parker, Staff Writer

Have you ever noticed that most of the time, people tend to not really stick with their New Year’s Resolution? It is no secret that most people usually do not stick with their resolutions. But, why do they not stick with their Resolutions? I am going to explain some common Resolutions, how people don’t stick with them, and how to combat them.
So, the first thing is some sorts of Resolutions. Some common ones are to lose weight or to exercise more. Some others are to quit smoking or drinking or vaping or do drugs or anything of that sort. Some others include to travel more, or to spend more time with family.
But, like I said, people just don’t really keep their resolutions, and here are a couple reasons why they don’t keep them. Well, the person doesn’t push themselves to do it. For example, a person who wants to lose weight may not want to do the work, and gets lazy. Maybe the person can’t get enough time to do their resolution for what their schedule is. If a person wants to travel, their schedule could be all filled up, not leaving any time to travel. Also, an addiction is hard to get over, and the person may not have the willpower to get off the habit
There are, however, ways to actually keep your resolution. For example, if you want to lose weight, you can reward yourself whenever you reach your goal. If you want to travel more, you should manage your schedule a little bit, spend some time traveling, work, and whatever else you want. If you want to get off an addiction, you should attend rehab.