At the beginning of the year it’s easy to think about things we’d like to change. It’s kind of an American habit to look at what we dislike about our lives and make plans to change. The intentions are good – but usually lose steam shortly in the new year.
According to statisticbrain.com, 45% of Americans make a habit of making resolutions, 17% make them infrequently and 38% say they never make them. What’s more interesting is 24% say they never succeed and/or fail on their resolution each year.