The goals behind Happiness Projects are to keep track on a daily basis of the little things that you're trying to change. I printed a schedule to help me see progress, but I started forgetting about two weeks into the month. That habit alone is a job to remember, so that will be a priority for next month. Keep track, otherwise I slack like crazy.
Some of those goals are hard to measure (don't procrastinate and act the way I feel). They're a bit more abstract, and I didn't feel like I earned very many check marks for those. The others (earlier curfew, working out, no sugar, and using my planner) were much easier to think about and complete during the day, so I was much more successful in those areas.
The idea behind HP goals is that you add on every month. It's about developing good habits, not just doing something for 30 days and moving on. I'll keep these six habits on my list and in my head, but my priorities will be my new February goals, which I thought would only be fitting to base around love and service. I'll post those soon!
How successful have your new year resolutions been? If you're struggling, I encourage you to make an Excel spreadsheet to keep track, otherwise you can always download the original printables from the Happiness Project website!