After the celebrations are out the way, each year, many of us make New Year's resolutions but very few of us actually manage to keep them. In order to start the new year on a good note, we make New year resolutions that are promises we make to ourselves, goals we set for ourselves. New Year’s resolutions seem as popular to make as they are to break. More often than not, people end up breaking their resolutions for the new year just within a couple of weeks. As we all vow to do a whole host of things, most of us will not follow through on; we bring you 5 resolutions most often forgotten.
Lose weight and get fit
Hitting the gym and ditching those excess pounds you put on in the past year might be on the top of your new year resolutions’ list, but it’s one of the most common resolutions that people tend to forget about after the first few weeks in January.
Every year, at least one of your friends swear by to quit smoking but fails as it is notoriously difficult to do the same.
Spend less, save more
New Year is a great time to re-evaluate your finances and feel an extra sense of motivation from the new year to reach big money goals. Though a ton of us make money goals for the new year, but over half of people fail to achieve it at all.
Learn something new
New year comes with the urge of pursuing new hobbies. But does one select a hobby and really stick to it? The reason behind it is that many people abandon their hobbies quickly as life gets busier in the new year.
Be less stressed
It's not a bad idea to resolve to be less stressed. Less stress can make you healthier and happier. You'll quit searching for more things to worry about and find your zen instead. Unfortunately, stressing less is likely to be the very first resolution you'll break.