Thanks for hanging out with us today for the first Afternoon Drive of 2019!
Today we talked about some of the resolutions that we’re making and how to keep with them! Read today’s Morning Thing’s blog on resolutions here!

Todd’s resolutions are to be more active, work on his discipline, and to focus more on his personal upkeep!
Lilly is aiming to eat (healthier), read more instead of spending so much time on social media, and stay constant with my devotionals.
Jordan Lewis, on-air DJ at WNZR is looking to stay positive this year!

About 80% of people fail their New Year’s resolutions by February.
What’s the secret to keeping the resolutions? Here are three quick things to check your resolutions against.

Keep it Simple
Many people use the New Year as an opportunity to make large bucket lists or attempt extreme makeovers, whether personal or professional.
Make it Tangible
Setting ambitious resolutions can be fun and inspiring, but the difficulty in achieving them means that your elation can quickly give way to frustration. That’s why goals should be bounded by rational, achievable metrics.
Make it Obvious
Experts recommend charting your goals in some fashion, although there’s no universal strategy for success. For some, making a clear to-do list is enough of a reminder; others rely on “vision boards” or personal diaries.
An emerging tactic: share your goals with your friends and family. It’s another way to build accountability, especially in the Facebook era.

Thanks for listening!
– Lilly and Todd