(NECN) - As people are getting ready to celebrate the start of 2014, that also means many are making New Year's resolutions.
For many, those lofty goals we set now don't make it to 2015.
Dr. Kate Roberts, a clinical psychologist, joins NECN with advice on how to make and keep your New Year's resolutions.
"Some of the most common goals are losing weight, stopping smoking, getting out of debt and spending more time with family," said Roberts. "People really need to have one goal, and try to be small steps with it and be consistent."