HUB TELEGRAM: The end of the year is not just for partying and having fun with family and friends. It is also a time that many people evaluate what they have done over the past year and what they can change in the new. According to the website many resources, about 45 percent of people in the United States make resolutions for the New Year. But only about eight percent successful achieve their resolution. The following is a list of five common resolutions made and, very often, broken.
1. Losing weight — Vowing to lose weight is a very popular promise to make, accounting for about 38 percent of New Year resolutions made. However, a downhill slide in drive and determination tends to make this an often broken promise within weeks. Many professionals recommend not dieting alone but mixing in exercise to see better and quicker results.
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