Make a List of the Things You’d Like to Change
One way to track your progress on New Year’s #resolution can be considered a resolution in itself: Make lists. “It’s easy to forget things we need to do,” says Eat This, Not That. “Making lists not only ensures we get it all done, but it also makes us feel accomplished.” Simple suggestions you might put on that list include starting a journal, backing up your data, complaining less, finding a mantra, and cutting down on phone and TV screen time. While easy to make and keep, any of the site’s 50(!) resolution suggestions could yield substantive changes in your life.