The odds are against us: Roughly 88 percent of New Year's resolutions don't make it through the year, and the majority don't even make it past President's Day. These are big to-dos we’re slacking on, too: eat healthier, get a better job, lose weight, save money. How can we fall short on such important goals year after year? To find out, we talked to therapist John Sovec, leader of the workshop "Art of the New Year." Surprisingly, he suggests that the problem may lie in the kinds of resolutions we make – not our willpower (or lack thereof). "You can obtain better results by taking small steps to big goals rather than taking one giant step towards a big goal," he says. "The smaller habits are going to add up to resolutions.” With the goal of manageable resolutions in mind, we’ve gathered 10 simple steps you can take starting today. Odds are, these are ones you’ll be able to keep.