The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence
Start doing something good and stop doing something bad. Isn’t that what New Year’s resolutions are all about? Every year it’s the same story. About 60 percent of the population resolves to change their lives for the better — and within a few months half fall of the wagon.
The sad truth is that New Year’s resolutions are often short-term pick-me-ups for some of us to feel like we’re working toward improving our lives without having to follow through. Maybe our intentions are good, but maybe we’re setting ourselves up for failure.
So this year, instead of going through the frustrating process of making vague commitments to get in better shape, lose weigh… Read More