Most of us do it every year; we make resolutions for the new year. But how many people actually keep their resolutions for the whole year? I bet more people get struck by lightning than keep their resolutions, but that is just a guess. So this year I was tempted to make a resolution that I could actually keep. I thought of being nice to people, but that sounded exhausting and I didn't think that resolution would last 1 day. Therefore, I came up with a list of new year's resolution that I would be tempted to keep.
- Spend more time watching TV/movies.
- Chat more over phone/internet.
- Leisure read more.
- Procrastinate more.
- Start being superstitious.
- Avoid children more often.
- Hibernate more.
- I will grow my hair.
- Just for today, I will not sit in my living room all day in my PJs, instead I will move my computer into my bedroom.
Fast Facts about New Year's Resolutions
- 63% of people say they are keeping their resolutions after two months.
- 67% of people make three or more resolutions.
- The top four resolutions:
- Increase exercise
- Be more conscientious about work or school
- Develop better eating habits
- Stop smoking, drinking, or using drugs (including caffeine)
- People make more resolutions to start a new habit than to break an old one.