Tonight’s the night to begin anew. The approach of the New Year raises hopes for better living, and we do this with resolutions, our part in making a change.
British psychologist Richard Wiseman found through his research that only 12% of us actually follow through with our resolutions. He also found why those who did succeed were able to do so. Surprisingly, our willpower had little to do with it.
Here are a few of the steps found to be effective:
Make only one resolution.
Write it down.
Set specific deadlines for small steps along the way.
Publicly declare your resolution. Telling friends and family makes us more accountable.
Reward yourself as you progress.
Don’t quit. If you stumble, pick yourself up and move forward
My resolution is to live healthier. One of the ways I’m doing this is by using skin and beauty products without harmful chemicals. Beauty Counter uses as many natural and organic ingredients as possible. Any synthetics are carefully researched to ensure safety. These items are some of the safest for consumers and the environment available anywhere. And they are effective and luxurious.
Thank you to my daughter, Lisa, for leading me to Beauty Counter. Why not check out their line for yourself?
Good luck on making your own resolutions!
©2015, Mary K. Doyle