Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Do you usually keep your New Year’s resolutions?

We spoke about New Year’s resolutions last year but it’s always great to revisit and reflect at this this time of year.

It’s great if you make a New Year’s resolution but how do you plan on making sure you keep it?

An article on the daily mail showed a psychologist talk about how to keep your resolutions and they gave 6 tips. 

Today we’ll talk about a few of them and how to make them work for your life in today’s episode.


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Here are three of the ways to keep your resolution:

1- “Understand the reason why you want to change”

2- “Opt for a healthy substitute instead of depriving yourself”

3- “Seek out a resolution buddy”


What can you say to a native speaker if you want them to be your resolution buddy?

You can say this: “Hey, I’m really trying to ______ in 2017. Would you mind working with me to make sure we both achieve our resolutions this year?”


New Year’s Eve Vocabulary:

  • To ring in the new year
  • To watch the ball drop
  • To turn over a new leaf (Example: I want to turn over a new leave this year and finally learn to play the saxophone)


Here is another article to visit on this topic.


Please listen to the episode for more details.

What questions do you have from today?

Let us know in the comments below.

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