If you chose to give up something as part of a New Year’s resolution, you’ve now made it FIVE DAYS.
Maybe you gave up something relatively easy like fruitcake . . . ranch dressing . . . or shopping at Kohl’s. Or maybe you gave up something much more difficult.
A new survey came up with a list of the 15 hardest things to give up for New Year’s, and the #1 spot went to CHOCOLATE. It beat out MEAT, which was the runner-up thanks to all the people going vegetarian for January.
Bread was #3, followed by driving . . . alcohol . . . potato chips . . . cake . . . social media . . . wine . . . cookies . . . smoking . . . beer . . . takeout food . . . sweets . . . and clothes shopping.
Most of these things are just meant to be temporary, like for January. But 21% of people are ALREADY doubting their ability to make it through a month.
So WHY are we doing this? Most people are giving up something to improve their health. Other reasons include: Losing weight . . . saving money . . . and to do it just for the challenge.