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Two Reasons Why Your New Year’s Resolutions Will Likely Fail (And Probably Have Already)

You on January 1st “No really, this is the year I am getting into shape. I have purchased my treadmill, I have a pantry full of Gatorade, and I’ve

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You on January 1st

“No really, this is the year I am getting into shape. I have purchased my treadmill, I have a pantry full of Gatorade, and I’ve downloaded an app on my
phone to track my progress. I’m on fire (pronounced fiyaaa).”

Your Craig’s List ad on January 18th

“Gently used treadmill for sale (seriously, almost brand-new). Doubles as a clothes hanger – trust me I know. I will throw in a case of Gatorade at no extra charge.”

To quote Ned Ryerson from the 90’s movie Groundhogs Day, “Am I right or am right? Or am I right? Right? Right? Right?”

There is an 8% Chance That I’m Wrong

Okay, so actually I hope I am wrong and that the above scenario does not accurately describe your plight here in the first weeks of 2017. However, according to a 2013 Forbes article, only 8% of people actually achieve their New Year’s resolution. . . .

Want to beat the odds? Read the rest of the article to find out how at FamilyGoodThings.com. 

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