Many of has made them before. Some of us have kept them while others have struggled. Usually, they are designed to help us better ourselves as we pursue another year of living on this planet we call earth. We’re talking about, of course, New Year’s Resolutions.
Each year, the top resolutions are ranked, with some unsurprising top contenders always taking up the top five slots. In no particular order, these include: weight loss, quit smoking, quit drinking, find love, happiness and money.
But, a new survey on New Year’s Resolutions for 2016 has found quite a different top ranking resolution for this year: Make the most of life. Or as the survey stated “live life to its fullest.”
GO Banking Rates set out to find out what people were thinking about for New Year’s this year. After conducting a survey of over 5,000 people, over 45% said living life to its fullest was their top resolution.
Here’s how the survey results broke down:
Americans’ 2016 New Year’s Resolutions:
Over 55% of respondents decided that making one resolution was enough, an interesting response in a poll where people usually have more than one resolution.
The survey also found that: