To help start the new year, many people make resolutions of things they would like to achieve. Your resolution might be to lose weight, exercise more, read more books, or any number of other goals one might have.
But often, those goals are abandoned juts a few months, or even just weeks into the new year. The gym membership might go unused. Or the pile of books goes unread.
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How can we keep our motivation up, when our spirits start to sag? Once the cold and the dark of winter sets in, it can be very difficult to keep up with that dream you thought of back at the New Years Eve party.
Of course, not everyone make resolutions. And for those that do, not everyone gives up after some time has passed. But sticking to a schedule can be hard, when there might be a lot of obstacles, or temptations, that can get in the way of pursuing what you want.
Do you have any strategies for continuing with something, even when it is hard to do so? Is it simply a matter of willpower? How do you stick to your resolutions?