New Year's resolutions
Posted by: Caféstudy
14th Feb 2020 10:57am
It is no coincidence that your local gym has been advertising discounted memberships. According to a study by finder.com.au, four out of five Australians set themselves a New Year’s resolution for 2020. Of these, more than half wanted to improve their fitness/lose weight.
Recently, we asked the Cafestudy community whether they made a New Year’s resolution for 2020 and if so, what were they and how were they tracking. The results varied, with some members having success and others having trouble committing to their New Year’s resolutions.
As expected, most resolutions revolved around creating healthier habits; such as quitting smoking, better eating habits, or more exercise.
Not all Cafestudy members made a New Year’s resolution, with several members stating how they didn’t see the point in them.
The new year represents a fresh start for many who may have had negative experiences and are longing for positive change. Although resolutions may not come to fruition, the biggest step is acknowledging the need for change and acting upon it.