We all make New Year’s resolutions every year, but how many of us actually ever keep them? The most common resolutions made by men and women usually have to do with losing weight, committing to exercising more, eating healthier, saving money and finally doing that one task we’re too busy, intimidated or too tired to commit to.
So how might plastic surgery factor in with New Year’s resolutions? It may seem to be a stretch, but psychology wins when it comes to achieving our goals, be they resolutions or daily affirmations. We can all agree that when we know we are looking our best, we tend to perform better at work, thrive in social situations and even in our own heads. We are truly our own worst enemies, while we should, in reality, be our own very best friend!
Think of a time in your life when you were in a “funk” or a down period (we’ve all been there). If you know you’re out of shape or not putting your best face forward, how likely are you to exude confidence and charge forward with your personal or professional aspirations?
In contrast, when you look fantastic for your age, you’re in good physical shape, you’ve been eating clean, wholesome healthy food, you naturally radiate vitality and confidence. People are generally attracted to positive, vibrant people who project confidence and positivity. For some, plastic surgery can be one way to help you achieve this – in combination with a healthy lifestyle, of course.