Did you set yourself a New Year’s Resolution at the start of the year? Have you already broken it? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! A study from 2016 published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin investigated New Year's Resolutions, and found that 55% of resolutions were health related, such as exercising more, or eating healthier. Worryingly though, clinical psychologist Joseph J. Luciani has identified that by the month of February around 80% of people who set themselves a resolution at the start of the year have already broken it. In fact, research done by the University of Scranton suggests just 8% of people actually achieve their New Year’s goals.