SCRAP NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION TO ACHEIVE YOUR GOALS. Yes or No?


I am so over the new year resolution era. Come on now, this is 2020, your new year goals does not automatically make you a better person. At the end of the day, your new year's resolution won't validate you. However, you confirm your new year's resolutions by making cognizant advances to be the best you can be. 

At age 16, I stopped setting new year resolutions; honestly, it was because I was burnt out on carrying them over to another year. This was the reason I supplanted the new year resolutions with my new year accomplishments journal. Mostly, I report every one of my accomplishments in a unique diary. 

My accomplishment journal is a documentation of my day by day wins, regardless, of how small my achievements were, I took note. At the end of every month, I went back to my journal, without a doubt, I knew I was winning.

All-day and every day, I will pick an accomplishment diary over a new year resolution sheet. I, for one, know that my achievement journal lifted my spirit, whereas the year resolution keeps me reminded of things I am yet to get.



Should the new year resolutions be scrapped? 


No! It is a significant check for the individuals who know how to use them. In as much as, setting new year goals are trendy, discipline is the key. 



  • 2020 is not a time to set an unrealistic expectation.

  • Importantly, stop crying over spilt milk, wear your boss panties, and get to work.

  • Put God first!

  • Be mindful, thoughtful, hopeful, and graceful. 


It begins with you, your readiness and zealousness, happy new year.





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16 comments

  1. This are great tips. I stopped doing New Year's resolutions too. Is like I was doomed from the start I never got to do them. I just write my goals down and that work better.

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  2. I have never done New Year's resolutions. In my home country, for the new year, people wish they are healthy and happy, they do make goals and resolutions that might be unachievable.

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  3. I've never done nor i will every do New Year's resolutions! I would set goals 100% but not resolutions that are not based on a solid plan...my two cents.

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  4. I've never made a New Year's resolution myself. And when I did I broke them in the first couple of weeks.

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  5. Inner peace! This is what I actually chose to have before the beginning of this year. And so far, I think I'm on the way to it.

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  6. I'm not a fan of new year resolutions. If you want change do it now in this moment don't wait till there is new year.

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  7. I don't take any new year resolutions. I tried 10-15 years ago, but the reality was that there's no point in setting the same resolutions you've been setting for years on end, only to feel disappointed and down on yourself. :)

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  8. I agree with each and every point of you! This year I have certain goals which I know I will achieve :)

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  9. This is such a great approach! I have never really set any "new year goals" for myself, rather resolutions or loose goals but not connected to a certain year or month..

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  10. Great strategy you shared here. It's inevitable to break new year resolutions but there's nothing wrong with it as long as we achieve the goals we set by adapting.

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  11. I agree that inner peace does good to every decision we make. Mindfulness and peace.

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  12. Trust me I never believe in new year resolution because most new year's resolutions do not work just because people set unrealistic goals.

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  13. love this topic! every single one of them is such an important guide. Thanks so much for sharing

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