Losing weight, eating better and saving money have topped the list of New Year's resolutions for Australians this year.
A new national survey of more than 1000 people by Finder revealed 83 per cent of respondents set a New Year's resolution for 2021.
Of those, more than half wanted to improve their fitness and lose weight, while more than one in three people, or 38 per cent, vowed to eat better.
Finances were also on people's minds, with 42 per cent of those surveyed wanting to save more money or reduce their spending in 2021, while 14 per cent want to tackle their debts, rising to 21 per cent amongst millennials.
Finder's personal finance specialist Taylor Blackburn said while most people ditched their resolutions early because they hadn't created a plan, setting clear goals and a timeline could help turn resolutions into actions.
"Creating unrealistic expectations is setting yourself up for failure - make small changes to your daily habits instead," he said.
"For those hoping to sort out their money situation next year, there are a number of online tools that can help."
He said the Finder app was a free tool that tracked your credit score and showed you where you could get a better deal.
"Connecting your accounts is a good first step towards better money management in 2021," he said.
Top New Year's resolutions for 2021
Improve fitness/lose weight - 51 per cent
Save more money/spend less - 42 per cent
Eat better - 38 per cent
Travel/travel more - 20 per cent
Get out of debt - 14 per cent
Sleep more - 13 per cent
Work less/have a work/life balance - 11 per cent
Volunteer - 8 per cent
Find love - 8 per cent
Quit/reduce smoking - 5 per cent
Quit/reduce drinking - 4 per cent
Take more risks - 3 per cent
Other - 3 per cent
Source: Finder December survey, 2020