Wednesday, December 31, 2008
New Year's Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past and forward to the coming year. It's a time to reflect on the changes we want or need to make and to resolve to follow through with them. The way to keep your New Year's resolution is to pick a good goal and then change your life in order to meet it. Tradition dictates that every 365 days, you should try to kick your bad habits and start your life anew. It is a good time to help your child make some New Year's resolutions, to set long-term goals, and to get a fresh start for the year. The quickest New Year's resolutions to be broken are usually quickly formed and poorly thought out.
New Year's Day is a time of new beginnings so people often make resolutions or you might call them promises or goals that they hope to accomplish during the coming year. The holidays are over and the New Year will begin tomorrow. Most of us start the New Year with good intentions of sticking to our ‘resolutions’, but few of us actually ever do. This year try making some simple, yet life changing New Year’s resolutions that will benefit you, your family and the environment. These simple changes in your daily routine continued throughout the year can make a difference.
I need someone to hold me accountable to my goals. If you don't mind, please do check in on me and ask how my resolution are coming along
My 2009 resolutions:
1) Lose 10 pounds
2) Write at least 3 post a day
3) Smile more often to strangers
4) Have at least 20 minutes of personal time a day
5) Learn snowboarding
6) Buy a new house