We are just days away from the year 2023 and there are so many possibilities for what is coming but one thing always remains the same, resolutions. Many of us set resolutions for the new year as a kind of way to self fulfill our own wishes but not everyone succeeds. Lots of people tend to fail on their resolutions whether its losing weight, making more money, or even finding love but that is more than alright.

Resolutions are constantly made every year but shouldn't be taken as some sort of mystical genie because it is all on us. Unless you have a genie, are supervillain, or just own Twitter then maybe money can solve everything but for regular people it's just not that simple. As someone who has had the same resolutions for years I have personally just made it a mission to set 12 resolutions and accomplish at least one, that approach has actually worked since 2019.

I do suggest writing those resolutions down and breaking them down into even simpler resolutions to be able to just have something easy to work towards. I also tend to start practicing my resolutions the month of December, like weening myself off soda by drinking Topo Chico so I can not drink soda starting on January 1. While I have failed many times on some resolutions I do find that the one I have focused on a month before the new year seems to always be successful.

So whatever that resolution is there are usually some that people tend to constantly make their resolution every year. So don't give up and take it one day at a time, whatever it is that you want accomplish because there is no genie just hard work and you.

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