I Wish I Wrote It: Everything You Need to Know About New Year’s Resolutions

Many times, I will read something online and immediately think, “that was great, I wish I wrote it.” I may not have written it, but I can still share it. Here’s the latest…

Everything You Need to Know About New Year’s Resolutionsby Carolyn Gregoire 

In case you missed it, I have written about a lot about New Year’s resolutions recently. I’ve talked about why we make resolutions in January, what we can learn from a calendar, and one way we can set ourselves up for success.

I have covered many things about New Year’s resolutions, but I haven’t covered everything. Enter this story from DailyGood.org. Okay, so maybe the article doesn’t actually cover everything, but Carolyn Gregoire offers six psychology-based insights to help us make better resolutions — and actually keep them.

  1. Ask, don’t tell.
  2. Stop to consider any potential obstacles.
  3. Get intrinsically motivated.

Click here to read the rest of the list. I like #6.

 

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