With 2018 right around the corner, we can take this time to reflect on 2017 and brainstorm changes we want to make in the New Year. Resolutions actually started during the Roman times around 153BC. The Roman God Janus had two faces: one that looked back at the previous year and one that looked forward. The New Year was a time to look forward into the New Year and forgive enemies for trouble in the past.
In the present, it’s a great time to make resolutions that benefit our health! We tend to be more motivated in the New Year. The question is how do we stay committed to these goals? That’s the difficult part, but there are certain things you can do to help yourself succeed.