It's January 1st, and you've decided to really dedicate yourself to working out every day (or reading a book a week, or keeping a budget of your finances). New Year, new you, right? You've told the world, and you're already feeling great about your go-getter attitude. Until March, when you wake up and realize you haven't done a thing in service of your goal. Sound familiar? There's a reason.
Zip Those Lips
How You Can Avoid It
The Psychology Of New Year's Resolutions
Less than 1 in 5 New Year's resolutions make it past two years.
How To Achieve Your New Year's Resolutions
SciShow compiled some helpful video clips to guide subscribers on their way to resolution success.
5 Ways To Hack Your New Year's Resolutions
Step #1: Don't choose too many resolutions.
Key Facts In This Video
It is suggested that New Year's resolutions originated in Babylon over 4,000 years ago during a 11-day festival. 00:12
Studies show that sharing your intentions with others improves your chances of success. 01:25
Reports say it takes 20-60 days to make neural connections that make new habits feel normal. 02:19
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