After some Christmas overindulgence, we often get carried away with wildly aspirational vows to change our lives for the better. We assess our fitness regimes, eating habits and work/life balance to look for improvements. We then make promises to lose weight, save money and enhance our careers in a bid to become better people.
However, it’s important to be selective and realistic with our resolutions. A 2007 study by Richard Wiseman from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 people showed that 88% of those who set New Year resolutions fail, despite the fact that 52% of the study’s participants were confident of success at the beginning. Psychologists suggest that our best chance of success is having specific goals related to changes in behaviour. “I will go the gym twice a week” will work much better than “I will keep fit”.
Sometimes our homes and loved ones can get overlooked in New Year’s resolutions. It is difficult to come up with concrete promises to improve our home lives. How can we make promises to spend more quality time with our loved ones that we can keep? We believe that we can help. Find a cleaner that is just right for you so you can get your home in tip-top shape and free up time to do fun things with your loved ones. Find a cleaner in 2015 is one resolution you can keep. We promise that you will fall in love with your home again.