Tips to Keep Track of Your New Year’s Resolutions

We hope everyone had a great new year’s! Now that it’s officially 2 days into the new year, we’re sure many of you have thought up a list of resolutions to keep for 2013. We here at have a few too! However, with so many things to do, people to see, how will we keep track of it all?

In today’s post, we’re going to share with you ideas of different ways to keep track of your new year’s resolutions for 2013. This way, we have no excuse to forget about them!

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Prepare a jar just for your accomplished resolutions. Once you cross an item or task off your list, write it on a piece of paper and put it in the jar. Watch your resolutions and accomplishments grow throughout the year!

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Share your resolutions with friends. They can be a reminder when you have forgotten!

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Create a resolution/inspiration board for 2013 (like this fun one from Indie Music Heartbeat). Fill up a bulletin board with pictures and things that remind you of your goals. Great for those of you who remember things better visually.

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There are many “apps” available on your cellphone that can help you keep your resolutions! Find one that fits your needs and style, and use it year around to check items off your list.

How do you like to keep track of your new year resolutions? Please share with us below! We hope everyone will  be successful in keeping your resolutions for 2013!



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2 responses to “Tips to Keep Track of Your New Year’s Resolutions

  1. i always like to speak my goals to my friends- great motivation there because it holds you accountable!

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