WHAT YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS SAY ABOUT YOU
Do you remember what promises you made to yourself on New Year's day? Maybe you didn't know what to choose and just gave up. Experts say choosing the resolutions that are right for you can energize the coming year with important self improvement plans. Answer the questions and the analysis of your response could let you discover the key to a coming year that's filled with positive change:
What's your biggest worry?
- The condition of my health.
- Not spending enough time with loved ones.
- Paying the bills every month.
- Not making the most out of life.
What reality show would you like to try?
- The Biggest Loser
- Wife Swap
- Deal or No Deal
When was the happiest time in your life?
- When I could eat anything without gaining weight.
- When I went on vacations with my family.
- When I didn't have to pay rent.
- When homework was my biggest problem.
What one thing would improve your quality of life?
- Having the body of a swimsuit model.
- A job that's less stressful.
- A job that pays more.
- A busy social life.
Which of your pals do you envy the most?
- The one's who's thin and fit.
- The one who works from home.
- The one with the biggest bank account.
- The one who travels quite often.
What do you love most about the holidays?
- Eating all the delicious food.
- Being with my extended family.
- Receiving lots of gifts.
- Participating in the family traditions.
What do you feel guilty about?
- Eating too many sweets.
- Working too much overtime.
- Pulling out my credit card too often.
- Being too easily bored.
If you had $1,000, what would you do with it?
- Make an appointment for liposuction.
- Take my family on a trip.
- Either invest it or put it in savings.
- Blow it on an extravagant gift just for me.
Mostly "a" - You have a negative self image because you are carrying some extra pounds. Stop wasting time knocking yourself and start a new diet and exercise regimen. Slimming down will improve both your spirits and your health.
Mostly "b" - Yes, your career is important, but if all those extra hours at work are keeping you from family and friends, you're losing out. Balance your life by shortening your work hours a tad so you can spend more time with loved ones.
Mostly "c" - Money ran through your fingers like water last year, so you need to develop a practical budget and stick to it. Having a savings account with enough money to carry you for three months is also a smart move. It'll ease your anxiety.
Mostly "d" - Your life is so predictable you feel like you're sleepwalking through your days. Take the plunge and try something unique and new this year a fascinating hobby or even a new job. You're sure to be rejuvenated by shaking things up.