10 Reasons You Might Not Stick To Your New Year’s Resolution

new year's resolutionOne of the biggest things people struggle with a New Year is trying to find a way to stick with their New Year’s resolution. Let’s face it, we all end the year with the highest of hopes and dreams for the New year being a fresh start. While we all wave goodbye to an old year and welcome a new one, it seems we’re inspired to set some goals. These goals are often referred to as New Year resolutions and nine times out of ten, they fail. If you’re one of those people who don’t seem to stick with your New Year’s resolutions and want to know why you do this every year, then you’ve come to the right place. Check out my reasons why you didn’t stick with your New Year’s Resolution.

10 Reasons You Didn’t Stick With Your New Year’s Resolution 

These are the top 10 reasons why people don’t stick with their New Year’s resolutions. Don’t be discouraged if you fell into this trap last year. Every 12 months is a whole new year to try again. Take a moment to review these 11 reasons why you may have fallen off the bandwagon of New Year’s resolution success last year:

  1. You Didn’t Make a Plan
  2. You Forgot Why You Made The Resolution
  3. You Didn’t Plan for Setbacks and Difficult Days
  4. You Neglected to Create a Support Network
  5. You Tried to be an Overachiever, Taking on Too Much
  6. You Weren’t Passionate About the New Year’s Resolution
  7. Didn’t Find an Accountability Partner
  8. Wasn’t an Important Resolution
  9. You’re Afraid of Being Successful
  10. Your Anxiety Got the Best of You new years goals

Now you’re probably wondering why I shared these reasons you didn’t stick with your New Year’s resolution. I know, it seems rather discouraging, right? Well, my mission is simple. Sharing these top reasons why people don’t stick to their New Year’s resolution will help you steer clear of these reasons as you venture into a New Year. Let this be the year that you achieve your goals, dreams and live to see December of this upcoming year a time to celebrate that you achieve your New Year’s resolutions set at the beginning of the current year.

Look over these top 10 reasons and create a plan to avoid them. This will help you reach your goal and stick with your New Year’s resolution. 

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