It’s the end of January, the first month of 2018 and a time focused on getting back on track after the over-indulgence during the holidays. Many of us made New Year’s resolutions in the hopes of bettering our lives for the next year to come or to break old negative habits. While these intentions were great, the fact is that New Year’s resolutions are set up to fail and many already have. According to research from Scranton University, only eight percent* of us accomplish the resolutions that we set. So instead of throwing out resolutions entirely, keep reading this post!