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How to break your new year’s resolutions

According to a special story that Time magazine published on New Year’s resolutions at the beginning of 2011, here are the top 10 commonly broken New Year’s resolutions:
Lose Weight and Get Fit
Quit Smoking
Learn Something New
Eat Healthier and Diet
Get Out of Debt and Save Money
Spend More Time with Family & friends
Travel to New Places
Be Less Stressed
Volunteer
Enjoy life more

All these broken promises leave us dry which eventually lead us to feel guilty, blame ourselves, and that little voice in our head comes back to supposedly teach us a lesson and sabotage our efforts even more: “I just knew you would fail again!” “Did you seriously think you were going to do it this time around?” “Do you not know yourself at all?” Etc. Sounds familiar?

Read the full article in my column in Sail eMagazine

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