“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.”
— T.S. Eliot
New Year’s resolution is a vow an individual makes for the new year. Disregarding of what resolution you commit to, the objective is to enhance life in the subsequent year.
The most essential thing to remember is that New Year is not meant to be a motivating element for changing oneself altogether.At Umang as well we believe in bringing happy changes around us but, it’s a constant process. It’s seen to be a moment wherein people reflect at what they have been doing in the previous year and they vow to change their conduct for good.
Every year when the new year arrives, people try to improve themselves. They take a vow that they will shed those extra kilos, try some other career options, set out to a place you always wanted to, get organized, save money, quit smoking, find love, spend some quality time with family, adopt a pet and many more.
So, basically we all make these resolutions however big or small they are. But, how do we stick to these resolutions.The main issue crops up when there are problems in committing to your resolutions. The difficulties that you’ll have in sticking to your resolutions can be tackled by following some steps.
Think about what you want.
Before making a resolution, start with thinking about what you want to change and why you want it to change it. If really required then only go and act.
Start with something simple.
Firstly, keep the resolutions realistic. Start with something which is achievable or less difficult to achieve. Set realistic goals.
There will be a time when you’re broke because you cannot keep your resolution. It’s alright don’t let small stumbles break you down.
Make a plan.
Just making a resolution doesn’t help. You need to follow it thoroughly and for that you need to have a plan of action. Planning makes it a lot better.
So, all you need to do is to stick to what you want and believe in yourself. Start your new year with a new you, don’t let anyone ruin your positive start to the new year ahead. Stay positive.