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How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

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The struggle many people face with resolutions is that they can be difficult to maintain for more than a few weeks. No matter what you’re working on in 2020, here are some tips on how you can stick to your New Year’s resolutions all year long. Set goals It’s hard to be motivated when you don’t have a clear idea of what you want to. Journaling in the mornings can also help you stick to your New Years Resolutions!

Stick to One Resolution at a Time: It’s hard enough to stick to one resolution, let alone three other resolutions. You’re more likely to stick to a resolution long term if you’re focusing on one at a time. The easiest way to keep your resolution a priority is to make it a daily habit to remind yourself to stick with your commitment. 2. 7 ways to actually stick to your New Year’s resolution, according to a psychologist 1. Pick a change you actually want to make.

If you’re motivated to cook at home more often, you’re more likely to 2. Keep it realistic. If you’ve never set foot in a gym, don’t expect yourself to start going every. Take a look at these tips to help you stay on track and meet your goals so that 2017 becomes your best year yet!

1. Setting realistic goals. One of the biggest set backs a person can face when trying to stick to a New Year’s resolution is setting the bar to high. Writing down your New Year resolutions and keeping them somewhere visible can keep you motivated and remind you of why you’re on the journey in the first place.

You’ll feel more accountable to yourself and will have more success in keeping your New Year resolutions. You can take this even further by journaling about your resolutions. 6 Tips to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions The end of the year is the perfect time to chart your course forward and reflect on the previous year’s journey.

The time-honored tradition of New Year’s resolutions promises a fresh start with every Jan. 1. Ask for Help to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions.

If you want to stick to your resolutions and keep your healthy habits, it will help to talk to someone else or have someone hold you accountable. This year I am working with a therapist to help. Use your fresh new planner to jot it down or even a simple sticky note attached to the bottom of your computer monitor.

Personally, I like to make a small vision board of all the things I want to accomplish throughout the year and place it right next to me on the wall of my office. How to stick to your New Year’s resolutions: Psychologist and consultant reveals 3 ways to achieve your goals. Business professor Peter Heslin of.

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Aware of these pitfalls, this year I attempted to keep my resolutions to myself.

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New Year’s resolutions work like this: you think of something you enjoy doing, and then resolve to stop doing it.

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New Year’s resolutions are kind of a joke.

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Not New Year’s resolutions, but real goals.

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My New Year’s resolutions are generally suggestions, never mandates.

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Make your resolutions, renew them often, and do your best to follow them.

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Scribbling “Be more organized” on a list of New Year’s resolutions doesn’t take much effort, but actually becoming an unclutterer requires change.

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For example, consider using the practices at the turn of a new year in order to make habits that stick instead of making resolutions you forget.

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For example, around New Year’s, many make resolutions.

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New Year’s resolutions usually do not work.

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  • I always make the mistake of overcommitting with an unrealistic load of workouts to jump right into after 0 exercising for months, so I think I should really try that method for exercise

  • I watch all YouTube videos at x2 speed because everyone talks too slowly, so you can watch a YouTube video in half the time, this one included.

  • Hi Adithya:) I searched for music videos of yours and was pleasantly surprised to see this Ted talk. Beautifully delivered:) Keep up the good work! Love from India:)

  • I’m going to do my best to keep my spiritual new years resolutions. I even made a video here on youtube to help keep me loyal to them.

  • thanks for being such an inspiration, you’re always making us feel more motivated and ready to try new things, always bring us an amazing content jem that help us so much �� hope we all can have an amazing 2020 ������

  • I love your videos your such an inspirational to me it’s convenient me to be more productive with my life I have been following your for like 3 years I love you ��

  • Thanks for sharing your life with us! I like watching your videos. I also have had kids like to talk to me but as a woman it has always been comfortable. I can see what you are saying and I am so happy that you are a teacher! Thanks again!:)

  • Happy new year Jem, i wish you a year full of knowledge, inspiration and creations and most of all health and joy. You are really inspiring and motivational and i hope you are happy with yourself and with your achievements! kisses

  • Thank you for this!! One of my goals is to save money to be able to travel this year to Ecuador. I also want to save if possible for a kpop concert. I really want to spend my time better to accomplish many other tasks in my tight schedule! I really have to work hard this year! We can do this! Hope all of you achieve your goals! Let’s make this year memorable no matter what happens ����

  • I’ve been looking for a video like this!�� thank you for sharing your tips, Jem ��

    aaaand to everyone who reads this: I wish you the most wonderful, happy and magical new year! ✨�� I hope that in 2020 you find the strength to reach your full potential and make your dreams come true��⚡️

  • Gosh, I hope I’m still going to the gym after 3 weeks (Planet Fitness as well!). AND sticking to my diet. So I found a great calorie/exercise tracker app that’s super easy to use, and after listening to this video, I’m going to go to the gym M/W/F at 8pm in sweats. Readers, keep me accountable! Love this video. And you guys decorate your house beautifully.

  • Yes, 5:07, we say BUT-TON in Hawai’i…mainlanders say BUT’N. When they criticize me, I ask them, “how do you type it out where one syllable is on one line and the second syllable is on the next line…and then their argument ends ‘cause you can’t hyphenate BUT’N! LOL.

  • Hi Jem! I love your videos and how aesthetic they are �� I am very bored of my phone right now so it would mean a lot if you made another “What’s on my iphone?” video.. Thank you��

  • My plan for the new year is to take all of my lessons from the first semester and make them better. How? I had my students write me letters and assess my teaching one lesson you liked, one you didn’t; plus other things. I am taking their lesson suggestions and using that.

  • I am definitely from the cuter and I definitely posted this when this video came out no need to check on the comment date but everyone’s resolution for 2020 should be not to go insane

  • Haha, SMART goals for resolutions…you’re making your own SLO!
    I’m really struggling with winning the lottery…any suggestions? ;P
    In all seriousness, Happy New Year! You’ve been pretty entertaining to watch and have given some great advice & insights.

  • Google once told me that only about 0.8% of people who make New Years resolutions actually go through with them for the whole year

  • Every time I watch your videos, I feel like we’re actually friends, you’re such a warm and amazing person�� And great tips, finally some I haven’t heard of����

  • The best way to successfully build a new habit is to set small and achievable goals in the beginning. For ex: If you want to start a workout regimen in 2020, schedule a day & time to workout when you have consistently been free. Its the small goals that helps you achieve BIG goals! ��✨

  • Happy New Year RRWR! I don’t do any resolutions I’m more of a day to day person. Life is so full of unexpected things that I take everything as it comes. I always try to be a better person, to learn new things, to be a better teacher, on a daily basis. That’s hard engouh! Bye!

  • Reposting here: Vicky! I have a question since you’re the queen of small waist videos!�� I’m wondering if kickboxing will give you a wider waist? I think the warm ups for kickboxing focusses on the core so sit ups ect… would love to know I’ve been trying to google!��

  • Love this! Another good video would be 300 squat challenge! ☺️ however, I think I need to work on my form… Ive seen results, but my hips are hurting. So a video on proper form would be another good one too!

  • Happy New Year from Cali!! Love this video and your story about the boys just hanging with you on the sidelines. I think children can truly sense when someone is “safe” and they gravitate towards that. One of my goals in 2018 is to be present in my family and my classroom. Blessings to you and your family in 2018.

  • @nikosyv That’s not the point, the proof, you understood me as well. I’m not a troll, I won’t bully you with some stupid comments, and my first one was just a joke, if you misunderstand it, not a problem. Goodbye

  • Hi Vicky,
    New Subby here! Just wondering if you could tell us a more specific plan. I’ve started this week with your workouts but I have a hard time deciding what to do each day. HELP!! ��

  • My resolution is actually getting fit this year lose weight. But I told myself I would not look at the scale because it discourages me every time. And this year is different because I’ve tried every year and failed and told myself that it won’t happen over night. I won’t beat myself up if I eat bad one day. I want this for a better mental health over physical. And I wrote these down and told myself I will workout 3x a week even if I miss the gym I’ll watch your video at home workout.

  • I said i wanted to do my first YouTube video before 2019 ended and i uploaded my first video on December 31 and i hope it grows! I’m so excited and i will stick to it ��

  • I am looking forward to the New year! thanks to you! I enjoy Watching your videos! and can I say you are the most beautiful woman on YouTube!

  • what he said in chinese reallyy meant
    ‘What is the problem here?!’
    ‘I dont know but this part is’
    ‘god dammit’
    im chinese and i had to turn on the captions to understand that

  • To workout 5x week with your videos ( which I love) main focus grow my booty, tone arms, abs. Change negative thoughts into positive ( especially regarding Myself). I love ya girl live your videos. Loving the vanilla protein ( I did order using your link, always trying to show support girl. First time I trying women’s best… delicious. Xoxo

  • YES!!! Another list junkie!! I recently cleaned out an old box from storage and found a ton of lists that gave me motivation to try new workouts at the gym, finish an old project that I didn’t previously finish and retry an old objective again 5 years later.

  • Hey, Fire Hands! �� �� �� Thanks for sharing that story. I guess it’s a callinga purpose that drives us and we need to submit to how we’ve been designed. ������������ great thoughts ��������

  • @DraggingDogButtFilms Haha, gj bro, you actually took time to write me something that my teacher could’ve written, that’s cute. I read till “Umm” and thought, why would you ever need to write umm? Its something you say when you cant figure out what to say, but when you write, you can just stop typing and think, what do i want to say? So good luck with trying to correct my english, as i said my motherlanguage is still not english, and good luck with being “first” on videos, you fail troll.

  • When I saw this video I did not know that 2017 was going to be the beginning of good things victories and success that it ended up being. So I am watching this video again in 2020 for inspiration

  • @nikosyv Umm, I cant find one place in that comment were a comma was necessary. I do believe however, that “englishspeaking” and “english” should be capatalized with a dash between the two words. Sentences shouldn’t start with the word “and”, not to mention the second two sentences are killer run-ons with massive improper uses of commas. The “?” should not be in the first sentence. Instruments and rhythm shouldn’t be capatalized as well. What kind of insult is “penis”? Is that smart enough? DICK

  • @Harpiieboy I think, I THINK that you should learn to use commas? I’m not from an englishspeaking country myself, but if you want to be understood on the internet, you have to learn english grammar, there’s just no way around it. And no, I don’t watch porno, I have a girlfriend, but I have watched porno in the past, and I believe the Instruments and Rhythm used in these videos, are identical to the feel of stereotypical porno music. Please reply with something smart. Penis

  • I recently found your YouTube channel, and it is incredible what you are doing. I found what you do to be incredibly inspiring for teachers, and is encouraging many to become better teachers like you. I love the way you brought hip-hop up as a poetry, history, and an art to connect to your students. Keep up the good work!

  • hi guys �� did you enjoy this video? Comment down what your #1 or 2 new year resolutions are! Comment your tiktok down below and follow meeee so I can follow some of you backkkk, �� link is in my description!

  • I hope this year you will give more effort in your work.
    You will be more passionate.
    You will be more productive.
    Get inspiration.
    Stay safe, strong, healthy.
    Wish you a very

  • Love u���� I need ur motivation����‍♀️����‍♀️
    Btw im going to motivate everyone in different languages
    Tú puedes!
    You can do anything!
    puoi ottenere tutto!
    vous pouvez tout réaliser!
    você pode conseguir tudo!
    ты можешь достичь всего!
    du kannst alles erreichen!
    du kan allt
    jesteś silny
    kamu sangat berbakat
    Πιστέψτε στον εαυτό σας
    Ste milý človek
    당신의 꿈은 이루어집니다
    الجميع يحبك

    Sorry if I made a mistake but I used a translator �� I hope everyone has a happy New Year and all their dreams come true!������‍♀️��‍♀️

  • So very grateful you included your “fire” story. It touched my heart and affirmed something I’d been praying about. Thank you for sharing and caring about the kids in your life, your family, your mission, and your community (especially this online one). Thank you!

  • I just love this video! I often am too hard on myself about making/and sticking to goals (at the New Year and other times too). What you said about teachers know how to plan a unit and break it down really struck me…I suddenly thought, “I am good at planning, and following through, reflecting on the lesson, and tweaking as needed…obviously I just need to apply that same skill set to my life goals!” This has been a big ah-ha moment! I’m excited!

    I’m going to be thinking about that “Be the fire” story for quite some time…deep. I love it!

  • YES!!! Another list junkie!! I recently cleaned out an old box from storage and found a ton of lists that gave me motivation to try new workouts at the gym, finish an old project that I didn’t previously finish and retry an old objective again 5 years later.

  • Great video:). Thank you for the ideas, also I paused the video and immediately downloaded the app you mentioned. Yes there is one for android as well.

  • Great video… Again… And Happy New Year. I say again because let’s face it.. you make awesome videos.. I just love them.. I tell lots of people about you in the hope the search you out too.. but who knows. Loved the stories.. you can run next to me on the treadmill any time, I’ll always make you look good.. I can’t run the length of myself, but my goal this year is to walk 1000 miles and be able to run 5km by the end of the year. It might not sound much, but I know I still have some surgery to have this year and if my recovery is as slow as last year’s, I’m going to be out of action for a couple of months. I must confess today I’ve been a little down in the dumps but catching up on your video has given me a much needed boost of motivation. Thanks!! ��

  • Hello, I don’t know if you’ll reply to this, but I’m a Nigerian and I really really really absolutely want to be a teacher. Right from middle school. Now in Nigeria teachers are not respected so my parents pressured me to go study physiotherapy in college outside the country. Initially they wanted me to study medicine but I pushed hard an ended up in physiotherapy. Now I’m graduating in two years and I would appreciate it if you could tell me how to go about it. Thank you

  • What a beautiful story!  I think it is so amazing that you are able to give kids a safe place.  Heaven knows there are so many unsafe places for our little people.  There is so much power in knowing your calling and deep diving into that, rather than trying to push it away or avoid it.  I don’t really go with new year’s resolutions anymore.  I forget them so fast it’s not even worth thinking them up.  But I do have some tangible goals, and I’m now thinking about planning for making them happen.  Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the subject!

  • I’m a list maker too! I was wondering why my purse was so heavy, and when I went to clear it out, I found probably 25 different lists on random pieces of paper that I had stuffed in there at different times.

  • I am so thankful that you started doing YouTube last year. Honestly, you are my very favorite YouTuber. This video is such an inspiration. I’m not really one for making New Year’s resolutions, but after watching this video and @toocoolformiddleschool’s, I feel like I’m going to give it a shot this year. I do like having goals and working towards them, I’ve just never really been good about doing it at the beginning of the year. I’m going to sit down today and make some lists. I’ll let you know what I come up with. Thanks again. ��

  • the comments arent even loading even though it says 5 of them are here
    it says uploaded 41 seconds ago
    i am early
    i love this vdeo
    happy 2020 everyone!!!!!

  • This is really great advice. Think like a first year teacher. It totally makes sense. And that story about being the fire. It reminds me of some Bible verses that remind us it isn’t about doing “good” things and following rules, it is about what is in our heart. So maybe he was also saying to be passionate in all you do and have true empathy as you go about helping others, don’t just go through the motions or check off good deeds like a “to-do” list. Really great things to think about as we start a new year (and for us over here we will start a new year again in February ��)!

    Side note: It is unfair that males/male teachers have to worry so much about what people think when kids like hanging around them. Yet when the same thing happens to a females/female teachers, we are complimented on how good we are with kids and how we will be a great mom someday or we are encouraged to go into a profession where we will work with kids in some capacity. More males should be affirmed in their ability to be good fathers/role models and be encouraged to become educators. I have a lot of respect for all my male teacher friends—especially the ones who teach elementary since those are scarce.

    Happy New Year to you, your not-so-secret wife, and your kids! ��

  • I know this may sound weird, but I LOVE your hair! Especially the color! Just thought you should know that it is always on point! LOL
    I also make long lists. I need to do better about making realistic lists that I know I will do and that will not overwhelm me when I look at it.
    Thank you for sharing your story at the end!

  • im in love with your videos and i love how you explain it so well and in detail!!! i’ve been so insecure about my calves basically my whole life and i’d really like to slim them down. do you think you could make a video about calf slimming? i would appreciate it so much!!!! thank you for all your hard word work and keep up the great work!!❤️❤️

  • okay i know advertizing is bad… but i have 3 short well edited comedy skits. and i work soo hard on them and dont get any views…. it would mean soo much to me if you would just watch one of them…. thank you

  • There is new technology to compress a sound recording into a printed glyph that can be scanned and played. There is new technology that can compress video into a printed glyph that can be scanned and played back. You could use these new technologies to produce videos print the information onto credit card type media and mail them to your customers each month. Very neat technology that can save lot’s of money with huge profits.

  • @nikosyv Oh yeah, and don’t hate on me for posting “first”. Sure you’ve never been first in anything all your life but thats okay. You still have your videos and a nice warm sock. douchebag

  • Yesterday my pastor talked about walking worthy of our calling (Ephesians 4), focusing on the fact that a calling isn’t necessarily about formal ministry. On the contrary, for most of us it simply means being the person that we were meant to be and embracing whatever gift we’ve been given. And then today I see this video, which albeit from a very different perspective says basically the exact same thing. It’s a powerful message and good for all of us to hear from time to time. I’ve been thinking a lot about it and will continue to do so. Thanks for sharing your very insightful thoughts on it.

  • This is one of my favorite videos of yours! What you said about your fire was so inspirational and I can totally relate to making tons and tons of lists! In 2018 I want to continue to enjoy learning and to put 100% of my effort into school (i’m in high school).
    Happy new years!

  • Just as an addendum, I’ve never been a “kid person”. I am not one of those people who can walk into a room of kids and have them mesmerized. In fact, many years ago, I tried teaching 2-3 year old Sunday school at my old church. Let’s just say it didn’t go well for me or the kids.

    But somehow, the past several years I’ve ended up as a nanny at different times, for several different families. I think the oldest age has been 7, so they’re little kids. At this point, my youngest is 1 year. I always joke, don’t tell the parents I have no idea what I’m doing! I only have 1 sister and we did not grow up around other kids, so I have very little experience! But for whatever reason, all these kids adore me. It’s bizarre! I have no idea what I’m doing special. I guess I just give them 100% of my attention. I listen to them. I get down on their eye level as often as possible. I get interested in what they are interested in. I speak words of love to them constantly. I sing to them. I still, honestly have no clue what I’m doing. But… it seems to be enough.

  • I remember that story about the little red headed boy on the soccer field. It still makes my heart ache. I can’t stand to see kids hurt that way. Thank you for reaching out to him. I bet he will remember that forever.

    Even if he doesn’t end up recalling the specific incident, you built something into the foundation of his soul like a brick that will help make him strong as he grows up. “What good is that? It’s only one brick”, people may say. Well, houses can collapse because “just one brick” is faulty or missing. I am convinced it’s those little things, those hidden hurts and triumphs that make us who we are. They happen a million times a day and many times we don’t even realize it. That’s why I love Jesus. He always noticed those small moments! May He always give us eyes to see and the will to speak and act as He would do in that situation.

    Thank you again for all you do for all the kids in your life. Please never stop doing it.