Small Steps to Big Resolutions
by Bernadette Sukley
According to U.S. News & World Report, the failure rate for New Year’s resolutions is about 80 percent, and most of us lose our resolve by mid-February.
There’s an adage that you can eat an elephant—by eating one spoonful at a time. This is true of resolutions. In reality, resolutions aren’t goals, but steps to big “elephant” changes. Here are six ways to stick to your resolutions—or pick up where you left off:
Photo credit by: Rodolfo Sanches Carvalho @rsanchescarvalho (Greenwich CT).
Bernadette Sukley has been in publishing for over 25 years. She’s written and published fiction and nonfiction books, short stories and articles. Her work has appeared in international magazines, including SAGA, a Scandinavian fashion magazine. She is a member of the Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group (GLVWG) and served a year as the co-chair for its annual conference, The Write Stuff, and has served a year as GLVWG's anthology editor.