What are the most popular New Year’s Resolutions?
I don’t know about you, but I found my e-mail inbox filled this past week with Christmas wishes. I imagine in the next few days it will start filling up again with recommendations for New Year’s Resolutions, so I thought I would get a jump on them! And, as you know, most New Year’s Resolutions are forgotten by February because nobody thinks about how they’re going to achieve them!
With this in mind, I built a list of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions along with providing you with ideas to meet them. Here they are, in no particular order:
Have More Money/Get Out of Debt
I have heard it said that right now people continue to spend money they don’t have on things they don’t need while they wait for the economy to turn around. If this describes you, take comfort that you’re not alone! But how would it be if you could have an extra $200-$400 per month take-home money?
If you’re working now and paid on a W-2 in the U.S., this link will show you how to add $200-$400 per month to your take home pay in money you are now spending on taxes! If you’re not working at present, or not in the U.S., you may still be able to benefit from this suggestion.
If you are looking for a home-based business, here is one that, for very little outlay can build you a substantial income. Take a look at this link.
If you already have a home-based business, is it doing everything you expected? If not – check this link to see a way you can earn more money by leveraging the time you spend.
Lose Weight/Get fit/Quit Smoking
After we have overindulged on Holiday food, many of us are conscious of dragging around more pounds of fat than we would like to! I have found, though, that just setting a goal to lose weight, shed fat or gain muscle doesn’t really work for very long. To lose weight and get fit, why not train for a half marathon?
Before you laugh, let me explain the logic. If you can walk for 30 minutes, or can get yourself to the stage when you can, you will be able to “do