By Amany M., Harper M., & Silas P.
It seems that so many people make New Year's Resolutions, but they seem to have trouble keeping them. Read below to see how a few of our reporters worked together to help you determine how you can make your New Year's Resolution a SMART goal.
This is how you keep track of your new year resolutions.
Specific: If you want to be a good soccer player then you should make sure to make a specific goal like win the soccer tournament, as suppose the goal of playing soccer because you won’t know when that’s accomplished.
Measured: If you want to run a 5K you should start with a 0.5K, a 1K and so on.
Attainable: You have to make the new year resolution possible.
Relevant: It has to make sense given the current situation.
Time-Bound: For time-bound you have a certain amount of time to complete your goal.
In conclusion, these will help you keep your new year’s resolution.