By Garrett Cardaci
It’s been 2018 for a while now, and for most they began the new year with a resolution. Whether it was to get in shape or eat healthier, as many as 41% of Americans start off the new year with a goal. The tradition of new year resolutions began with the ancient babylonians over 4,000 years ago. For them it was a religious practice for when they planted crops. If they followed through with their promise, the Gods would bless them. Time has changed the meaning of the holiday, but people still make resolutions.
Although almost half of Americans make resolutions, only 8% actually stick to them. You may have already lost out on your resolution like most Americans. But don’t worry you can always pick it back up this month, in February, and try again. Whether it’s getting in shape or saving money you still have 11 months in 2018 to accomplish your goals.Share This Item: