During the high holiday season, there’s no shortage of parties to attend, things to do, gifts to give. Our calendars fill with get-togethers, family traditions, and office potlucks. Yet, for all of the activities and socializing that occurs during this time of year, there’s one other activity that might as well be deserving of its own holiday.
We promise ourselves, year after year, that this yearwill be different. This is the year, we declare. Even so—the harsh truth is so many of us fail. Our New Year’s resolution ideas are wishy-washy, unclear, or just straight up based on shame instead of self-love.
And it’s only upon reflection that we realize: To successfully execute a new year’s resolution we need to carefully determine the whatand the how.Stumped on where to start? Don’t worry. Try this totally unscientific (but still-fun) flow chart. It’ll take the guesswork of coming up with ~positive~ New Year’s resolution ideas from scratch.
Your cheat sheet for New Year’s resolution ideas