Do you even make a New Year's Resolution anymore? Some can be unattainable and just down right a waste of time, but if you make a possible one and set out a plan you can keep it.  Moneyish pulled data from Google by iQuanti to bring us the 5 most common resolutions and then gave tips to help keep them!


  • 1

    Get Healthy

    This one is something that we've all probably told ourselves, but what makes one stay on the path? Accountability and attainable goals. You can spend a ton of money on a diet but if no one is there to call you out you will have trouble. Setting small goals is another key. Instead of saying you want to lose 50 pounds, start smaller and say you want to lose 3 pounds a month.

  • 2

    Get Organized

    Start small and make sure you put things away. Start in one spot like the closet and once you get it in order make sure you keep it that way. You can clean your house head-to-toe but if you don't tale a few extra minutes to put things away you're clean house will return to chaos very shortly

  • 3

    Live Life To The Fullest

    Figure out what this means to you and why? Then write down your goals and how you think you can attain them. Also, surround yourself with positive people that will help you build yourself up and reach your goals.

  • 4

    Learn A New Hobby

    No matter what you pick - cooking, crafting, a new sport, pace yourself and don't go at it on your own. Join a community that also shares a passion for your hobby

  • 5

    Spend Less Money, Save More

    Like most of these resolutions the key is small goals. Start small so you don't make it too hard for yourself and give up. Whether it's investing into your 401k or paying off debt - start small and gradually build.