Being healthier, giving something up or doing something good. If you chose to do anything new in 2017, the chances are you've already given up.
New research has found that almost 60% of people will have broken their New Year's Resolution by the 11th of January. A survey of over 2,000 people found the average resolution lasted less than a day. According to Aramark, women have better willpower than men.
Speaking at the launch of Healthy for Life, Aramark's Frank Gleeson admitted that resolutions that are unrealistic, "like extreme diets, are harder to maintain and upkeep."
Instead of trying to commit to a 5k run every day, he said "it's better to start off with easier milestones, like a 20 minute walk every evening and build up from there."
The company has launched its Healthy for Life campaign, which encourages people to choose healthy alternatives that are realistic.