A new year means one thing: a fresh start. Each year millions of people create goals to start bettering themselves on January 1st,  with the hope they will stick to the resolutions they have made.

The concept of New Year’s resolutions has been around for over 4,000 years. It originally started as a religious tradition in which many different cultures made promises to uphold their religion. Nowadays, New Year’s Resolutions are known as an attempt we make to improve ourselves. Whether it’s cutting out sweets, getting to the gym or accomplishing goals at work, we aim for self-improvement through our resolutions each year.

According to research, 45% of Americans say they typically make New Year’s resolutions, but how many achieve their goals? According to a recent study, only 8 percent of people are successful in completing their New Year’s resolutions.

While these numbers may seem discouraging, our team here at RSS is determined to stick to the resolutions we make for 2019. Check out a few of our team member’s resolutions below:

“In 2019 I want to take time to relax and remind myself that it’s alright to slow down and take moment to myself sometimes.” -Stephanie Gonzales

“2019 will be a big year for me. My son is graduating high school and I just recently turned 50. There’s a lot I want to accomplish in my career and personal life. I feel more motivated than ever to continue learning about and bettering myself.”  -Michelle McDonald

“My goal is focus on my health. I want to get the gym regularly and eat healthy!” -Jessica Beuten

 Whatever your resolutions may be this year, our team here at RSS wishes you the best of luck in achieving your goals.

“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” -Walt Disney


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