Do you find difficult to stick to your New Year resolution
every year? Here are some suggestions and tips which you can follow to complete
your resolution this year. Read these tips to accomplish
your New Year resolution.
A New Year
resolution is a commitment or a promise made by an individual to himself to
follow for the upcoming year. January 1st is a good day to start
afresh. You may have some bad habits or bad qualities in yourself which you are
not happy about and want to stop. January 1st is a good day to start
new and make changes in your lifestyle
It is that time of
the year again, when resolutions have been made and goals have been set. New
Year resolutions may vary from person to person. Some could have a resolution
to lose weight while someone else may have made a resolution to spend more time
with family and friends. In their pursuit of achieving their resolutions, many
people do not last beyond January. Here we give you some tips to stick to your
New Year resolutions and to achieve them.
Make One Resolution
Do not overload
yourself with many resolutions. If you have only one resolution, there are
greater chances of you being successful. Average people find even one
resolution challenging and tough to achieve. Choose the most important issue on
hand. If the most important issue on hand is losing weight, choose that as your
resolution. Having too many resolutions simultaneously could result in failure.
Make a resolution
which is realistic. Having a resolution like I will lose five kilos a week is
very unrealistic. Make a resolution which is attainable. In your desperation to
achieve your goal do not aim unrealistically high and be impractical.
Put It in Writing
It is amazing,
how much more effect writing
down your resolution can have. Write down your resolution on a piece of paper
and stick it on your refrigerator or on your cupboard or someplace where you
will see it everyday. Every time you are about to slip, reading it might stop
you and bring you back on track again. Writing down goals has been seen to have
Talk About It
Tell all your family
and friends about your resolution. If your family and friends know about your
resolution they will be able to help you. For example, if you have resolved to
lose weight, then your family
and friends will be supportive. For example, your parents could have bought a
cake or some chocolates and might want you to have it. However, if they are
aware of your resolve to lose weight, they will understand when you say that
you do not want to eat it and will not force you to have it. Also, parents and
family can be encouraging you in your endeavour to lose weight. If you slip and
go off track, they will be there to keep a watch and bring you back on track.
If you and another friend have the same resolution, then it is great as both of
you can motivate each other.
is a virtue. Even if it is only mid-January and you are already breaking your
resolution or not following it make a new start. You can always start once
again even though it is not the first of January. If your resolution is to lose
weight do not be upset if the results do not start showing immediately.
Do Not Be Too Harsh on Yourself
Breaking old habits
or trying to achieve a goal is not always easy. Any goal to achieve takes a lot
of hard work and effort. If occasionally you falter and move away from the
path, do not obsess over it and be too harsh on yourself and criticize
If you have
been sticking to your goal faithfully and working hard at it, pat yourself on
the back and reward yourself. If your goal was to eat healthier and you have
been following it successfully, reward yourself by being nice to yourself. A
reward here would not be eating an entire pack of ice cream or chocolates.
Instead reward yourself with a pair of new shoes or an extra movie. You can
reward yourself with something that contradicts your goal and something
It is great that you
have resolved to change something about yourself. Keep these tips in your mind
and go give it your best!