Thursday, February 13, 2020

Parenting Pointers: Scientific Hacks for Tackling New Year's Resolutions

It’s already February. Valentines decorations are out and the spring is being forecasted by the elusive groundhog. We are settling right into this New Year. 

So here’s a question, how are your New Year’s resolutions going? Whether you have a stack of goal oriented books to tackle or have been working on cooking a family friendly meal every night, are you still as convinced as you were on New Year’s Day that you can stick to these new changes? 

Luckily, we are still at the first of the year. January is just a warm up to the rest of the year. It’s not until February that things are really getting into full swing. So, remember you still have tons of time to make your new goals a reality. 

Plus, in a habit formation study, it was found that making lasting changes takes an average of 66 days depending on each individual and the particular goal. 

So allow yourself time to make a real change a part of your routine. For look at the statistics around resolutions, the history, and most importantly some scientifically proven hacks, check out the information below from

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