resolution

Simple Hack To Help You Read More

Tomorrow many resolutions will begin as we bask in the first day of 2020. If you are setting a goal to read more in the New Year, keep this handy little hack in mind to help you succeed. Most habits follow a similar psychological pattern, so replacing a bad habit with a good one is often easier...
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Hold Off On Your New Year's Resolutions Until April!

Let's face it, New Year's resolutions are doomed to fail. The average resolution is canned just 12 days into the New Year. Perhaps it's the over-zealous promise of change with the changing of the year but more likely is even in Florida, winter can de-rail your self-improvement goals due to cloudy...
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Resolve To Use Your Smart Phone Less In 2018

The struggle is real! The average person checks their phone at least 85 times a day! So if your New Year resolution is to break the electronic device habit, then we can help with some suggestions. Set your phone to grayscale. Instructions are simple enough and usually are in the settings and...
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Here Is How To Make Your New Year's Resolutions Work

With the New Year approaching, many take the opportunity to better themselves and resolve to stop or begin something meaningful. Although many end in failure there are some factual ways to be successful in New Year's resolutions. For instance, if you resolve to feel more fulfilled, volunteer...
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January 20th Is The Day When Most New Year's Resolutions End

Twenty days into the New Year. How is your New Year's resolution to eat healthy or exercise more coming along? A survey conducted by Pennsylvania State University reveals 75% of adults who started the year with resolutions for better health give up. They found that 20 days is about all one can take...
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Why Your New Year's Resolution Fails

New Year's resolutions date back to Roman times when a new year signaled a new chapter resolving to make yourself better. However many, if not most, resolutions fail before the end of January. But why do we continue to make resolutions and why do many fail? Blame your noggin for being overly...
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