Another year has come to an end, and another is about to begin. Making New Year's resolutions is a time honored tradition all around the world.

We all hope for a better future, especially when the year we're leaving behind has been a tough one.

According to inc.com/peter-economy, about 60 percent of us admit that we make New Year's resolutions but only about 8 percent of us are successful in achieving them.

Here are a few more interesting facts about New Year's resolutions:

1. Saving money is one of the top five New Year's resolutions and also in the top five for most commonly failed.

2. More than half of respondents said they fail their resolution before January 31.

3. Women make health focused resolutions while men pledge to find a new job and lay off the alcohol.

The top 3 New Year's resolutions are:

1. Diet and eat healthier

2. Exercise more

3. Lose weight

Another one on the list is to save more and spend less.

No matter which resolution you choose, try to stick with it as long as you can. Good Luck and Happy new Year!