Time to Quit!
Have you quit on those New Year’s resolutions? Today is National Quitter’s day! What’s a better time to quit if you are not going to stick with it! Ironically, yesterday was “Stick with your New Year’s resolution day”. And you are not alone if you want to quit. According to discoverhappyhabits.com, the average of people keeping their resolutions is 9-12%.
Demographics say that Baby Boomers mostly want to lose weight. Millennials are the most confident in their ability to keep their resolutions. And Gen Z just wants to find love.
So what’s keeping you from keeping these resolutions? Some of the reasons that have been surveyed include unrealistic goals (becoming a brain surgeon in a month), just forgetting (of course you did, wink, wink), didn’t keep track (Who has time for that?), and too many resolutions.
The most popular attempted resolutions of 2022 were:
1. Living healthier
2. Personal improvement and happiness
3. Losing weight
Want to still give it the old college try? Give it one more shot? Here are some techniques, ideas, and thoughts on how to be in that range of 9-12% of success! Good luck and I hope you make it! I got some gummy worms, video games, and a 2 liter of Mountain Dew calling my name!