According to a study conducted by the Journal of Clinical Psychology, losing weight, getting organized, and spending less money and saving more are the top three New Year’s resolutions Americans make.
Whatever your goals and resolutions are for this year, my word of advice: start with small, simple goals that are easy to achieve and go from there. I know I need to get my house more organized so I’m going to start by donating our old clothes and getting rid of old food from the pantry, old bath and toiletry items from our bathroom cabinets and all the unnecessary junk in the garage. And yes, I’m also going to keep up with a regular fitness routine this year. That one is a bit broad, but I know I can do it. I just really need to learn to be more focused on my goals. 🙂
So, have you thought about your own New Year’s Resolutions for this year? These links to helpful articles on this subject might just inspire you!
I hope you will be successful on whatever goals you will be focusing on in your life this year!
About the Author: Jocelyn Cañasa-Brown is a working mom of two boys and is a recognized blogger and mom influencer in the Washington, DC area. In her spare time, she designs and creates her own handmade jewelry, maintains her jewelry store on Etsy and is an active moms group organizer and leader both online and offline. Hip Mama’s Place was nominated for Parents 2011 Best All-Around Mom Blog and named one of the Highest Rated Blogs and Sites on Nickelodeon ParentsConnect for the Washington, DC area. Follow Jocelyn on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.