On average, it takes more than 2 months to form a habit. Starting a New Year’s Resolution in January and expecting to become a different person by February is annoyingly unrealistic. Therefore, I believe in breaking up your resolutions into month-sized morsels (i.e., setting up monthly tasks).
The following New Year’s Resolution ideas are from my perspective as a copy editor, seeing what clients typically have questions about or struggle with:
Nonfiction Writers (choose one):
Small Business Owners (choose one):
Job Seekers (choose one):
Do you believe in New Year's Resolutions?
Alora D. Boerner
Freelance copy editor serving nonfiction writers, small business owners, and job seekers.