Christmas is almost here. Your shopping is nearly complete. Your baking is well under way. Friends and relatives are making plans to get together with you in the next couple of weeks. After all the season’s greetings have come to an end, it will be time to ring in a new year. If you are planning on making a New Year’s resolution, you’ll want to set yourself up for success ahead of time. Here are a few tips for preparing to be successful with all your New Year’s resolutions.
If your goal is to get healthy and add fitness into your life in the new year then it is important to create a situation that provides for your success. Toss out or donate all the food items that you won’t be eating soon. Do it before January 1st so you can hit the ground running. Create meal plans for the entire month which covers all meals. Type those meal plans out and post them on your fridge. By preparing for a full month, you’ll give yourself plenty of time to create a habit. Don’t forget to create a plan for working out and be ready to start as soon as you can after the ball drops!
One of the top resolutions set every new year involves finances. Millions of people plan to get out of debt, increase savings or grow wealth but struggle during the year for a number of reasons. If your hope is to get your finances in order next year, there are steps you can take this December to prepare for success in all of 2016.
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Whether you are hoping to lose weight, increase your exercise, get organized, take on a new hobby, end a bad habit or take control of your finances, the key to success for any New Year’s Resolution is planning. Create a plan now that will carry you through the entire month of January. Those first 31 days will help you establish a routine, force it to become second nature and improve your chances of success.