While your New Year’s resolution is still hanging on by a thread, let’s look back at the stuff we failed to follow through with LAST year . . .
A new study found the average American has attempted to add 19 new GOOD habits during the pandemic . . . and followed through with four of them.
The most popular good habit we’ve tried to add is a new exercise routine. A third of people wanted to, but a lot of us got lazy. Not seeing results fast enough is the #1 reason we quit.
Here are the five most common new habits we FAILED at in 2020 . . .
1. Waking up earlier. 13% of us tried, but it didn’t stick. That’s around 1 in 8 people.
2. Meditating, 12%.
3. Going to bed earlier. 1 in 10 Americans tried and failed at that one
4. Keeping a journal. Also 1 in 10.
5. Reading the news more. 1 in 11 people wanted to. What a year to try THAT one.