When it comes to keeping New Year's resolutions the first 30 days are key. Researchers have found that people who follow through on their resolutions for 30 days are three times more likely to succeed in keeping them long term.
Getting to that point, however, can be a big challenge. Overall, nearly half of all people who make a resolution quit at some point. More than a third drop their resolution at some point during the first 30 days.
To help people get through the first 30 days after making their resolutions, Rory Vaden, author of the New York Times bestseller "Take the Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True Success" (Perigee, January 2013) offers the following tips.
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The warmth spanning the Korean Peninsula and Japan this weekend will get whisked away by a storm which will bring the risk of flooding downpours early next week.
The resurgence of heat will come back with a vengeance this week as the highest readings so far this year will be rivaled.
Whilst Thursday was the warmest day so far this year across the United Kingdom, the mild air will hang on for this weekend's London Marathon and St. George's Day festivities.
Clear skies will allow many across Europe to view the peak of the annual Lyrid meteor shower on Saturday night.
The threat for heavy and locally strong thunderstorms will slowly shift eastward across the southern United States into Monday.
La NASA y el CNES francés han demostrado que el desplazamiento transoceánico de fósforo procedente de África es vital para las selvas tropicales de Sudamérica. Científicos de la NASA y de las universidades de Maryland y Miami (Estados Unidos) han logrado documentar por primera vez en 3D la cantidad de polvoque viaja cada
Even though it's only spring and cool out side, the sun is strong enough to cause a nasty sunburn.