It is the end of another year and I can hardly believe that 2016 is almost over, just a few more hours and it’s done!
This time without being politically correct or trying to observe the rules of article writing I just wanted to lay my heart on a platter and talk about what I have learnt since contributing to the platform of relationships advice and blogging.
Resolution for a New Year
There are really no rules, no right ways and wrong ways in making your relationship work, the important thing is to focus on being the best you can be, the minute you take the focus off yourself and commit to trying to make another happy is when the problems of a failing relationship will start. Another year is upon us and you may make the same mistakes all over again, so this time you will make another resolution and stick with it.
So here it is for another great year…
1. Diet or eat healthier (71%)2. Exercise more (65%)
3. Lose weight (54%)
4. Save more and spend less–my personal favorite! (32%)
5. Learn a new skill or hobby (26%)
6. Quit smoking (21%)
7. Read more (17%)
8. Find another job (16%)
9. Drink less alcohol (15%)
10. Spend more time with family and friends (13%)
Please note what the top 5 things are, nothing about another person, however, read on and you will see what is contributing here. 58 Resolutions for the New Year.
According to research on the topic, about 60% of us admit that we make New Year’s resolutions, but only about 8% are successful in achieving them. Regardless of the outcome a year ago, the majority of us go right ahead and make a new set of resolutions–hoping for the best.
We expect a beautiful and happy relationship, yet we do not even have the discipline to stick to our own resolutions.
Stop and breathe… another year and the same old? I am sure we do not want to start the New Year as we left the old one, we want to be different, we want love, happiness and a bonfire.
New beginnings are always wonderful, this time let it count.
Setbacks can happen, but so long as they are handled correctly, they should not impact the big goal. The key is to avoid a defeatist attitude at all costs, i.e. Making a mistake is not a reason to give up on your dreams and resolutions. ,
And if there is a setback, it’s important to understand what lead to that moment, and how you can avoid a similar situation in the future, i.e. When you hear that alarm clock in the morning, do not turn it off in the bed, get out of bed and turn it off, because you know what will happen if you do, little things like these can affect your goals and resolutions.
Once a mistake is made, own it and move on to the next thing. For example, if you skipped a study session, make it up tomorrow, and keep on moving. A few small mistakes shouldn’t spoil your resolution for the year!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!