As a nation, we are making fewer New Year’s Resolutions each year. Usual categories are in the areas of smoking (less), eating (less and better), and finances (all the things). Which ones are easier to keep?
According to a study by Fidelity: financial resolutions are easier to keep than the ones about smoking and eating differently!
42% of people surveyed find financial resolutions easier to keep than smoking less or exercising more.
And, the top three financial resolutions continue to be:
- Saving more (55%)
- Paying off debt (20%)
- Spending less (17%)
After six weeks, many of us
give up forget revise our resolutions (you can ask me about my goals for planks!)
Very different from planking! By the way, I would be most likely to be seen planking in a public library.