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How to Make a New Year's Resolution That Actually Sticks

Just 8 percent of people achieve their resolutions. If you want to be one of them, start with realizing you’re a real human. Read More

So You’ve Failed Your New Year’s Resolution

Why fighting to improve is worth it, even when you fail. Read More

It’s Not Impossible to Stick to Your Goals This Year

The first few steps to making your dreams a reality in 2015. Read More

Every January, about half of the population makes a New Year’s resolution. It’s the usual list: lose weight, get organized, save more. The problem is, only 8 percent actually achieve their goal.

The first two weeks usually go along beautifully, but by February, people are backsliding and by the following December, most people are back where they started, often even further behind. Read More

[Editor's Note: Here at RELEVANT, we try to address issues we feel are important to our readers—from Christian perspectives on current events, to challenging thoughts on personal faith and relationships, to social justice issues and everything in-between. Part of our goal is to stir up conversation, but while we enjoy the feedback and dialogue about our articles in the comments section and social media, we wanted to give our readers a chance to get their questions answered. Read More