Sticking to New Year's resolutions is hard work, but you will have better chances of success if you follow some key advice, psychologist Jeremy Dean writes. Instead of trying to quit a bad habit, replace it with a new, healthier one, he recommends. Also, take on smaller goals. "The temptation is to bite off more than you can chew, but baby steps are likely to work better."
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