How to make your new year’s resolutions stick

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It’s already time for setting new resolutions and thinking about what you’d like to improve or change for the new year. It’s easy to start a new habit, but making it stick is a different story. To help you keep your new year’s resolutions, here are our best tips:

Be realistic

Please, enough with that ‘’new year, new me’’. You won’t be able to change everything about yourself in only a year and that’s perfectly alright. Change takes time, so make sure your resolutions are realistic.

Write it down

Write your resolutions on paper and place it somewhere visible for you every day. It will be a reminder of your goals and it will help you keep track of what you want to improve.

Step by step

Creating a new habit or changing something takes a lot of energy, that’s why it will be easier to focus on one resolution at a time.

With a friend

If you happen to have the same goal as a friend, work on it together. It will help motivate you and make it less difficult.


What are your resolutions for the new year?


Photos: DanielleEnNoce & Art of Style

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Juliana Barba

Obsessed with cats, Juliana is most likely to be found at her favorite cat café petting her furry friends with a good cup of coffee. Introverted, she enjoys reading and writing about her latest fashion and lifestyle inspiration. Has a special thing for heels: the highest they are, the better she'll feel. Interests also include: vegetarian food, good wine, traveling and did we mention cats?

  • I try to stay away from making resolutions, and instead I make a list of goals for the year that I way I have individual things to actively work towards. I find I stay truer to what I set out to accomplish that way.

    xo, Kait.
    http://www.teacupsandthings.com