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New Year's Resolutions

Do you have goals and resolutions for the New Year? Do you manage to follow them through?

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Happy New Year!

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A poll about Only Children

  • Question of

    Do you make New Year’s resolutions?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    What are your New Year’s resolutions?

    • Lose weight / Exercise more
    • Eat and live more healthily
    • Improve financial situation
    • Learn new skill or hobby
    • Spend more time on personal wellbeing
    • Spend more quality time with family
    • Quit a bad habit
    • Travel
    • Other, tell me in the comments (peer pressure helps achieving goals)
  • Question of

    How many of your goals are the same as last year?

    • None, I don’t set goals
    • None, I’ve accomplished them all
    • Just one or two
    • About half
    • Most or all of them
  • Question of

    How many goals are you setting this year?

    • Yes
    • 1-2
    • 3-5
    • 6+

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What do you think?

26 Points

Written by ellie925

24 Comments

  1. I am not much into New Year’s resolution these last few years as I tend not to keep it anyway hahaha for eons I promised myself to eat healthy at the beginning of each year and to exercise but heck I am only good for few months then I stop lol

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    • I understand you completely! Regarding exercising, I find doing 10-15 minutes of exercising every day more useful than having a work out once a week or something like that. I know it doesn’t sound a lot, but if it’s a realistic amount of time, you won’t be able to find as many excuses. And a little is still more than nothing. πŸ™‚

  2. Never thought about New Years resolutions, but I have started in a local gym with a swimming pool. I can swim badly and working healing on a physical injury. Go 3 times a week. It’s helping me a lot and I aim to learn to swim. Yes, it’s important to set goals as long as they are realistic

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  3. Setting goals is a good thing only as long as there is room for reasonable flexibility. The fact that we do not know the future means we cannot expect to be rigid in our goal setting.

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