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Many of us start the year off with good intentions, but sometimes our follow-through can disappoint. With 2020 approaching, now is the time when many of us consider making some life changes with New Year’s resolutions. Sometimes, many of us make the same set of resolutions year after year. 

This is a great opportunity to see what worked, what didn’t and what needs to change in order to make a new year smoother and more beneficial. Experts say it’s important to have a measurable plan and just be sure to keep on track and be consistent. Some of us, have desires to be healthier, but we don’t plan how to do so. 

Consequently, we slip back into the same bad habits. We say we want to study harder, but we don’t bother to figure out how that would affect our daily lives. This may mean spending a half-hour more reading or researching or turning off Netflix and staying away from social media.

Many of us know we need to change, and the struggle is real! Overall, it’s important to embrace and love your imperfections, no one is perfect but we can all still use a little improvement in one area or another. 


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