To make sure your efforts don't fall flat after the clock strikes 12, come up with a plan for how you want to fulfill your resolutions ahead of time. Then, think of how doing so can positively impact your life to stay motivated after New Year's Eve comes to an end.
"Be very, very clear not only on how you will accomplish your resolution but also on why you want to accomplish it," Michael Pantalon, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine, told FOX News. "If you can't come up with good and meaningful reasons that resonate with you, then it's probably not a good resolution."
If you want to learn more about what the future holds for you in the new year, consider speaking to a psychic. During a tarot reading, you can gain insight into how everything from your career to your love life will unfold.