With the New Year almost here, resolutions are at the top of people's mind. As much as I think New Year's resolutions are a positive thing, others don't put as much stock in them. Most of the opposition toward them have to do with people's inability to follow through with them after the first few weeks of January. But once you have a few hacks to help you keep your New Year's resolutions all year long, you'll be able to see the beauty of New Year's resolutions.
When it comes to having resolutions, I take it kind of easy. (Think resolutions you can accomplish in a day.) During my college years, I'd get together with my friends and make a long list of things we hoped to accomplish throughout the year and then review them before the next year began. When I looked at my list and noticed that none of the things were accomplished, I realized resolutions work best when they're realistic and patiently executed. Although it's OK to aim high, finding realistic ways to ensure you nail your resolutions by end's time is the key to staying consistent throughout the year.
So, if you're in need of a few hacks to keep your resolutions going every day of 2017, these nine are some you should jot down for your records.