Two Wyoming Cities Score Low For Keeping New Year’s Resolutions
It's that time of year again for making those annual self improvement goals known as New Year's Resolutions. These goals range from anywhere between weight loss, more exercise, stop smoking, to literally just about anything. The issues is, normally before the end of January, a big portion of the country has already given up on those goals.
According to a new study done by credit website WalletHub, two of Wyoming's largest cities didn't rank very high for keeping New Year's resolutions. The different metrics that were used to grade the over 180 American cities were:
- Health Resolution Rank
- Financial Resolution Rank
- School & Work Resolution Rank
- Bad-Habit Resolution Rank
- Relationship Resolution Rank
Cheyenne came in 120th place, with Casper landing even lower at 160th.