One of the reasons why many New Year’s resolutions fail a few weeks after January 1st is that there is nothing inherently special about New Year that makes it easier to make change last. It’s a good day as any for making resolutions.
It may be a good time to review the current year and think about what we want to accomplish next year. One way to make it work is to use a process for reviewing and planning. (You’ll probably find many guides on the internet. For many years I’ve used this one from Taylor Pearson: Antifragile Planning.)