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CNBC: How To Get Your New Year’s Resolutions Back On Track

Whether it was an unexpected expense or an impulse purchase, chances are you’ve slacked off on your resolution to save more and spend less. That’s OK. Most people typically give up on their financial resolutions six weeks into the new year, according to a survey from LearnVest. “The beginning of the week is a great time to start again,” said Wharton professor and behavioral psychologist Katherine Milkman. “The Monday effect is really robust.” So if you’ve fallen off the wagon, “look for another new date that’s meaningful and use that as the jumping off point,” she said. “That motivates us to achieve more.” Read more at CNBC