The New Year and its resolutions are upon us! I actually love the idea behind resolutions — even if I go about it a bit differently than most. Typically, I make a to-do list of things I hope to complete throughout the year. It’s kind of like a life list, but scaled down for just a year.
Once year, I resolved to take a bubble bath every night. I may not have made it all 365 days, but nearly 10 years later I still take a bubble bath several nights per week. I was highly motivated to stick with that one! And, I think that’s what it’s about.
Goals are good. Change can be necessary. But, without proper motivation, it’s just not going to work. (Like Project 365 that I started a few years ago — “everybody else is doing it” was clearly not enough motivation to get me past the 1st month.)
What is a good motivator? Money. True story. If you can see an impact on your bottom line, it will bee easier to stick with a New Year’s resolution. That’s why I’ve put together a list of 8 common resolutions, with the financial incentive to help you stick with it! [Continue reading on Babble.com…]