New Year's Resolutions. Are you sticking with yours?


Hold your New Year’s resolutions for March: You’re more likely to stick to all the things you want to change if you take some time to plan, argues University of Texas psychology professor Art Markman. “Behavior change is often two steps forward and one step back,” Markman writes. Give yourself eight weeks to figure out your current habits, identify potential obstacles that may get in your way and come up with a strategy. Even better, find a friend to keep you honest and on track.

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