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Ones Without A Plan
“Any New Year’s resolution is likely to fail if we don’t know how to set goals for ourselves,” says Susan Petang, a lifestyle and stress management coach at The Quiet Zone. Petang recommends using the SMART method, meaning a goal needs to be: Specific, Measurable, Action-oriented, Reasonable, and Time-sensitive.
You should also take a few momemts each week to physically record your progress. “The physical act of writing things down reinforces ideas,” she explains.