New Year’s resolutions—we all make them, but most of us either lose interest or motivation for them a few months into a new year.
It shouldn’t surprise us to hear that while approximately one in 3 Americans set resolutions; less than 50-percent actually stick to them for a 6-month duration unless they we actually view them as vital to our healthy.
Here are 8 New Year’s resolutions that pay off health wise for years to come…
1. Quit Smoking
Quitting smoking is hard. You might not conquer your nicotine habit the first or even the third time you try to kick it. However, butting out teaches us that failure is a part of life, and that sometimes, multiple attempts are required before we succeed. Oftentimes, it’s taking the onus off personal health and quitting for financial reasons that spells triumph.