The decorations are down, the nights are long (and seriously lacking some festive twinkly lights), and Spring seems ages away! But, the New Year’s resolutions are freshly made and hopes are high.
Fast forward to February and most of us are struggling to stick to our new resolutions, despite the best intentions. For neurodiverse people making those January resolutions can be tougher still, exacerbated by the keenness to do it like everyone else. Plus, any shake-up to the normal routine can be harder to acknowledge, accept, and ultimately follow through.
Remember when setting new goals to also plan how these goals can be attained, as this will improve your chance of success.
Top tips for setting resolutions
So, here are a few top tips for making realistic and achievable New Year’s resolutions this new year:
So, if you have a neurodiversity (or even if you don’t) and have never stuck to a New Year’s resolution then keep a note of our top tips and give it another go. You never know, this year might just be the year you nail a new goal, or get closer than before!