5 Unrealistic New Year Resolutions [Idy On Fire]

Happy New Year guys, so its that time of the year again when you will start hearing loads of New Year resolutions. Some will be realistic while others will be absolutely unrealistic plans for 2019.

In this video, you will find out if your resolutions are realistic or not.

Getting Organised:

This one probably made it to all my ‘habits to form in the New Year list’ and chances are, you are guilty of it as well. There is nothing wrong with wanting to get your shit together but you technically don’t have to wait till a new year to do this. Start today by placing everything back in its rightful place immediately when you finish using them, as opposed to putting it away later.

Losing Weight:

I am pretty sure that this is the most popular of them all. According to a study, about 95% of weight loss, is usually regained within a year. Experts say it is because you opt for rather dramatic starvation instead of making little and gradual lifestyle changes during your daily routine. Don’t bother writing this one down, fam. Good luck though.

Personal Finance:

Yes, I’m referring to number 7 on your list that talks about saving more and spending less. If you don’t start now to track your daily spendings and actively moving money into an actual savings account or at least starting with a   piggy bank at home, then you might as well cross number 7 off that list.

Drinking More Water:

Water is the best thing you can put in your body, yet so many of us ignore it throughout the day. Why is that? I don’t have the answer, I need help too. But I know that putting it down on a list will not all of a sudden motivate you to start drinking tons of water. What you can do, is get an app that tracks and reminds you to drink water.

Quit Smoking:

If you ask smokers who finally quit smoking, most of them will never tell you that the secret to this achievement was some golden new year resolution. Again, there are certain lifestyle changes you can make that will help you make headway in quitting smoking. Try starting with spending time with non-smoking friends and family. I heard it helps a lot.

These are all positive habits to want in your life but change can be hard and stressful and definitely not dramatic. Don’t punish yourself or give up altogether because you have a bad day or two. Get right back on and keep going. It also helps, to get a coach or at the very least, an accountability partner. I want to hear all about your 2019 resolutions in the comments section. Also. like, share and subscribe for more. HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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