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‘Tis the season of setting goals! Some want to read more books, exercise more, learn a new language, or get caught up with our vaccinations 😉
Setting New Year’s resolutions is quite common, but rarely do we follow through. Unsurprisingly, many of us roll our eyes at its mere mention. Despite this, last year, almost half of Canadians polled (1) wanted to improve their physical health as a resolution. Other popular goals were to get their finances in order (41%), to improve their mental health (37%), or centered around their family life (35%).
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Setting New Year’s resolutions is quite common, but many of us roll our eyes at the mere mention.— ScienceUpFirst | LaScienced'Abord (@ScienceUpFirst) January 3, 2023
But what does science say about goal-setting? Read through and comment on what has worked for you in the past.#ScienceUpFirst
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