“So perhaps instead of New Year’s resolutions, we need to have daily resolutions.” That is an idea with a lot of promise.
New Year’s resolutions get a bad rap.
That’s probably because they have the life span of a gnat. Usually.
It takes a tremendous amount of will-power and discipline to stick with something beyond a “honeymoon” two-week period following the excitement of the holidays.
Some of you can feel the stares from your spouse already. Or the whispers. Looks like she’s fallen off the wagon early this year, he might say to himself when he sees you down a whole cheesecake on January 6. In your defense, it did have fruit on top, so that’s something.
But just because a good habit is stopped doesn’t mean it was a bad idea in the first place. Far from it. Good habits are always good ideas. A list of personal improvements or goals is an excellent way to take inventory of your life.
The point all of us making resolutions have to remember…
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