FEB 03, 2019 04:45 PM PST

How To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions According To Science

We start the new year with good intentions. We promise ourselves we will be better this year, eat healthier, be more fit, lose weight  and maybe even learn a new language. 45% of Americans will start the new year with setting goals for the year, but unfortunately, these resolutions do not last very long. In fact, 80% of the resolutions will fail by February? According to science the best way to keep your resolutions is by turning them into habits. So here are a few tips for getting you back on track. Good luck!

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