The first few weeks of January are great. There’s just one problem: New Year’s resolutions are almost laughably cliché these days because no one follows through with them. We’ve gathered a list of the most common New Year’s resolutions and some helpful hints that should help you stick to your goals.
If you’re the type of person who has a less-than-reassuring track record when it comes to the annual betterment ritual, there’s a solution: Aim lower. So in the spirit of the “aim lower” method, let’s take a look at some of the most common resolutions and discuss alternatives to the standard “pie-in-the-sky” goals set (and not adhered to) by many.
While we may have gotten off to a bad start in achieving our New Year’s resolutions, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to get back on track. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
The most effective way to change your financial habits is to take things one step at a time. For a more frugal 2013, here are some small steps you can take to reach your financial goals.
I’ve spent some time thinking about and researching ways to one, set realistic goals; and two, actually stick to them for the whole year, maybe even longer.
If you’re experiencing fatigue from your New Year’s Resolutions, help is on the way. Here are some apps to help you stay strong throughout 2013 and beyond.
Do your top New Year’s resolutions include saving money, eating healthier and losing weight? What if I told you there’s one thing you can do that could help you achieve all three?
New Year’s Eve is right around the corner. For many of us, that means it’s time to come up with yet another New Year’s resolution. Looking back on some of my most recent resolutions, I’m a complete and utter failure.
Many homeowners want to stay active, but may not be in a position to spend an extra $30-$60 per month, or just don’t have the extra time to get away to the gym. No problem! They can get their exercise by adding sports equipment to their homes!
A recent bill signed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder threatens to cut unemployment benefits for jobless citizens who have been seeking employment for longer than 10 weeks.