5 Obvious Reasons Your New Year’s Resolutions Will Fail

“New year, new me.” Yeah, right. Am I right? I know we are only a few days into 2017, but according to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, approximately 50% of the population makes resolutions each New Year and yet most of those resolutions fail within weeks. Some of the most common resolutions include weight loss, exercise, stopping smoking, better money management, and debt reduction.

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Presence Over Presents

Words cannot describe how “over” presents I am. Not because I don’t enjoy or appreciate sentimental, useful, or thoughtful gifts, but because people waste so much money on useless items for others because they feel obligated to, especially around holidays, birthdays, and days of the year highlighted by the marketing departments of corporations like Hallmark and Nestlé.

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From the Hilltop to the World

My passion for traveling started at a very young age. From traveling to my dad’s every other weekend of my life, to family trips to the beach and/or mountains, to taking my first solo flight out west when I was 18, my appetite for new sites and experiences never ceases. My capability to travel, however, started at my alma mater – Western Kentucky University.

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