"The New Year represents a clean slate. And while not much truly changes on midnight Sunday when 2016 switches over to 2017, it does provide a good excuse to make improvements to ourselves that we've long wanted to make. That's led to the tradition of making New Year's resolutions.
But beware: resolutions are tough to keep. Some 40 percent of Americans make New Year's resolutions and just eight percent keep them, Forbes reported in 2013. But if you're realistic and develop a plan, a resolution can be a great way to make a big life change.
Here are five quick ideas for those who are stumped for a good resolution: 1. Eat healthier. 2. Be kind. 3. Try something new. 4. Volunteer. 5. Take time for yourself." Read more.
Related. Opinion article. Lifehack/Ivan Dimitrijevic, SEO Consultant, "50 New Year's Resolution Ideas And How To Achieve Each Of Them." First 10 examples, 1) get in shape; 2) eat healthier food, and less; 3) stop procastinating; 4) improve concentration and mental skills; 5) meet new people, 6) become more active; 7) become more confident, take some chances; 8) earn more money; 9) become more polite; 10) reduce stress, etc. (Ivan Dimitrijevic's professional biography, and Content Marketing/SEO Consultant description). New Year's Resolution history, Wikipedia. Note graphic from Meme Blender, "Foul Bachelor frog, New Year's Resolution.
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