Your success rate is a question of control, reinforcement and good old-fashioned will power.
Happy New Year! The holidays are over and we are back to work. I came to my desk this morning to find some delicious candy surprises in a little goodie bag. While I was settling in for the day and breaking into one of the bags of M&Ms, I realized that I have already officially broken both of my New Year's resolutions (cutting back on the sweets and eating at my desk). It got me wondering a little more about resolution-making and how the successful resolvers remain committed, especially when considering newly single people who are looking to make positive changes within themselves this year.
For the skinny on who's making New Year's goals, what they are, who's attaining them, and for how long, check out eHarmony: Keeping Your New Year's Resolution…
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Written for eHarmony by Emily Maywood.