A bit of wisdom at the end of the year:
When January rolls around, you’ll know if your resolutions are serious enough to carry throughout the year. The inevitable question at cocktail parties around New Year’s is, “do you have any resolutions for the new year?” You’ll be able to confidently list yours instead of hunting around for ideas. Since you already started your resolutions, you can share stories about them as well.
Starting your resolutions in December will also help you to identify more personally with your resolutions, because it was your choice to start them. You aren’t doing some goal because everyone else is in January. This is your baby that you took the initiative on to start early.