Here we are: two weeks into a shiny new decade and - if history proves correct - some of you are already struggling with those infamous New Year’s resolutions.
According to research on this, only 8% of those who make a list of resolutions succeed.
(Yikes!) But no judgement here. We’re all guilty. Sometimes life happens and old habits are tough to break.
The thing that struck me recently is the kind of resolutions most people talk about. We’ve all heard the usual M.O. when it comes to resolutions:
“This year, I will save more money…exercise more...quit smoking...l...