You rang in the New Year, you're back at work, and the kids are in school. Now it's time to seriously think about those New Year's resolutions. According to a recent study by the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60% of Americans regularly make New Year's resolutions. However, only 8% of us are able to accomplish those goals. So what is holding us back? Are we setting the bar too high? Perhaps. Do we lose sight of the long-term goal? Definitely. Statistics show that 75% of people that make New Year's resolutions are able to keep those resolutions for the first two weeks of the year. By July, that number drops to 45%.
It's time to make 2014 the year of resolution success. Below, we share some helpful tips on how to make – and keep – your 2014 resolutions.