Do you have a New Year’s Resolution? Does anyone ever really keep their New Year’s Resolution? What are the most common New Year’s Resolutions? Want to know the answers?
According to statistics, 40% – 45% of Americans will make a New Year’s Resolution. So odds are you don’t have a New Year’s Resolution. That little bit of information comes with good and bad news. The bad news is only 46% of those who make a New Year’s Resolution stay with it after six months. The good news is those that make New Year’s Resolutions are more likely to eventually achieve their goal, even if they fail with the first few attempts.
The top three most common New Year’s Resolutions: lose weight, exercise more, and stop smoking.
I’m going out on a limb here, but I’m thinking that if someone were to quit smoking they could exercise more and more exercise would allow them to lose weight. To all the hockey fans out there this would be known as a “Hat Trick”. To all the thoroughbred racing fans out there this would be known as winning “The Triple Crown”. To all the baseball fans out there this would be known as…well you get the idea.
Do you want to know what my New Year’s Resolution will be? My New Year’s Resolution is to #mo-*yr&in^ tm%…sorry…there seems to be some technical difficulties. Oh well… HAPPY NEW YEAR!