It’s New Year’s Eve, which means people across the world are making their New Year’s resolutions for 2018 in hopes of bettering themselves as a person and setting themselves up for more success in various aspects of their lives.
Of course, each and every year there are your generic New Year’s resolutions that everyone attempts to partake in.
From giving up drinking or smoking to going to the gym, from finding the love of your life to finding a new job opportunity, there is always something that people want to improve.
There are also those who want to improve their financial standing.
“In total, 42% of women intend to either save money or save more money in the new year, compared to 31% of men,” a press release from YouGov reaad. “Likewise, around four in ten women (41%) say they aim to both eat healthier and get more exercise in 2018, while only one-third of men (33%) plan to do the same. Furthermore, 29% of women say they want to focus on self care, such as getting more sleep each night, compared to 20% of men.”
If you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution of your own or simply want to see what people will be looking to do in 2018, we have you covered.
Here are the most popular New Year’s resolutions of 2018, according to people polled by YouGov:
- Eat better — 37 percent
- Exercise more — 37 percent
- Spend less money — 37 percent
- Self-care (e.g. getting more sleep) — 24 percent
- Read more books —18 percent
- Learn a new skill — 15 percent
- Get a new job — 14 percent
- Make new friends — 13 percent
- New hobby — 13 percent
- Focus more on appearance — 12 percent
- Focus on relationship — 12 percent
- Cut down on cigarettes/alcohol — 9 percent
- Go on more dates — 7 percent
- Focus less on appearance — 3 percent
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