Getting to the end of the year, people make up New Years resolution plans to be great the next year. Some people may get through the challenge they put in front of them, and some probably gave up on New Years Eve, because they probably was scared of the fact that they might give up on their challenge. Your better off getting wasted on New Years Eve and claim you’ll get through a New Years Resolution because you won’t even remember it 😉
Well I’ll tell you this, a New Years Resolution is all mental. Whatever you set your mind to, you can do it. You should also know your limits. You can’t say my New Years Resolution will be “I will swim across the Atlantic in a heart beat.” Be more realistic. Choose something that you know will be a challenge but also a good chance of you accomplishing it. This can be eating healthy for 3 months, or loosing weight, or even going to church with your parents every Sunday or Saturday (depending on your religion) for 5 months.
Now when you have your Resolution all set, simply remember, every new year you face or will be facing is an amazing opportunity. With that being said, it’s only right to set a goal to get the year started off right. If 10,000,000 people can set a New Year Resolution goal and ace it, you can too.. Be that +1 to that 10,000,000. JOIN ME ! I’m in that 10,000,000 list, it’s not so hard 😉