Every year we make New Year's resolutions, and every year we're so optimistic that this is the year we'll get our sh*t together. But alas, maybe it's time we get real about what we're actually able to achieve in the New Year — not to say we should give up altogether. All we're saying is that our goals should be a bit more realistic. When aren't they? Well, here's how our unattainable New Year's resolutions typically fare by around February. . . . Are we right, or are we right?
Source: Gemma Correll via Society6