It can be daunting when your list of New Year's resolutions is as long as your list of things you need to get done in a day.
In addition to the post-holiday slump, failing to keep your resolutions past February, March, or even late January may increase your anxiety.
When your holiday decorations are packed up and stored away, the frustration of an unused gym membership or other reminders of failed resolutions can make the later winter months feel hopeless.
However, it's important to remember that the New Year isn't meant to serve as a catalyst for sweeping character changes. It is a time for people to reflect on their past year's behavior and promise to make positive lifestyle changes.
Listen in as Erica Kosal, PhD, shares tips on how you can stick to your resolutions.