Infographic: Resolution Makers and Breakers

We all make them – promises to ourselves to lose weight, eat better, save more money, or even to go back to school. Making a list of New Year’s resolutions has become a standard practice among individuals of all ages come Jan. 1; however, by March 31 it seems that many of them are farfetched dreams. According to a recent study, each year millions of Americans make New Year’s resolutions but only two-thirds keep them. And, among the 30 percent of American adults who made resolutions last year, only 67 percent kept them. Where do you stand when it comes to making and breaking your resolutions? Check out the latest infographic from Rasmussen College to find out.


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