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Keep Your 2015 New Year’s Resolution All Year Long

Keep Your 2015 New Year’s Resolution All Year Long 

Serendipit shares helpful tips on how to keep your resolution all year long.

We all set high goals for January 1st. And most of us stop meeting our goals by mid-February. According to a recent study, 45% of Americans made a New Year’s Resolution, but only 8% of those are successful in achieving them. Instead of having a repeat of last year, try sticking to your 2015 resolutions with these helpful tips from #teamSerendipit.

Build Up to Your Goal

Start small and become more aggressive with your goal over time. You can’t expect to go from 0 to 100 overnight, so make sure to set up “mini” goals throughout the year to reach your end results. #teamSerendipit Account Executive, Chelsey, plans to run a tough mudder in 2015. We look forward to seeing and hearing about her progress and “mini” goals in the months ahead. #GoChelseyGo!

Be Realistic

Be mindful when selecting your goal. Remember, it’s more of a lifestyle change, so make sure to be realistic. Nikki, one of our newest members of #teamSerendipit, is planning to bike to work once a month. Nikki lives nearby the Serendipit office, so this is a realistic goal for her. We can’t wait to see her shiny bike parked in the office!

Track Your Progress

Don’t be afraid to share your progress. Share updates with your family, co-workers and your friends on social media. This is a great way to get support whether you are proud of your progress, or hitting a bump along the way. At #teamSerendipit, we plan to give progress updates in our team meetings.

There’s an App for That

Need an app to help you track your 2015 resolution? If you are looking to live a healthier lifestyle in 2015, try one of our in-house fitness lover’s favorite apps to track health and fitness activity, Nudge or FitBit. You can thank Stephanie later!

Cheers to 2015 and to keeping your New Year’s Resolution!



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