Don’t Give Up On The Resolutions

Social Networking website, Sedogo.com, has announced the results of a new online survey which showed that 37% UK adults made resolutions which they had no intention of keeping.

The survey, which was conducted through the website, also found that rather than people not just being bothered there were a number of reasons why the resolutions were not being kept including:

  • Lack of money
  • Not enough time
  • Too many responsibilities
  • Don’t have the confidence to go for it
  • I don’t know where to start
  • Lack of energy
  • Keep putting it off
  • Need inspiration

In order to break the cycle of giving up before you start the website, which is all about sharing your online goals, has launched their new S Plan for users. The plan helps set realistic and achievable goals, make a deadline for when it will be achieved and share it with friends.

Guy Eaton, from Sedogo.com, commented on the results of the survey saying: “Whatever your New Year’s resolution, from losing a bit of weight, getting a new job to going on an adventure, most of them don’t make it past the end of Jan because life just gets in the way.”

For more information about the survey and to set your own goals visit Sedogo.com. More > What’s Good On The Web.

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