New Year's resolutions for young adults in 2022 can draw on these key takeaways from 2021

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The start of a new year means millions of Americans will begin to write down their goals and aspirations for the upcoming year. Unfortunately, the majority of people never accomplish those resolutions – with two-thirds abandoning them within the first month. Yet, interestingly enough, the majority of people will still write those same pledges for years to come. 

One of the benefits of a New Year’s resolution is reflecting on what’s happened and setting goals based on those observations.

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When we look back at 2021, there are many key events that defined the year – from everything pandemic related, to the release of the Pandora Papers, the introduction of Meta (from Facebook), billionaires flying into space and the #FreeBritney movement. 

There’s a lot we can learn from this past year. As a college president and a parent, I try to encourage my children and students to always reflect on the previous year, and to start writing their resolutions based on lessons they’ve learned. Goals for healthy eating, exercising and saving money are important. But, there are everyday practices that should be

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