By Tim Kowols
The odds of keeping your New Year’s resolutions are usually against you without a solid plan and commitment to keeping it. According to U.S. News, approximately 80 percent of resolutions are written off as failures before the second week of February. Jody Anderson from Succeed Health in Algoma suggests people making goals for the New Year to put things into perspective and try not to get overwhelmed with the big picture.
If you do fall into the majority of Resolution makers, Anderson encourages you to treat it as a learning experience and see what you need to change so you can move forward to try again achieving your goal.