Mine are quite typical, eat more healthy, play more football and get a promotion.
If you check out the new article I wrote the resolution is in there. I am honestly looking forward to the New Year and apologize that I have been MIA. The holiday season tends to do that.
I am resolved to bring myself more new aspects of my whole new life this year !!! I have already been working on it, but there's so much to dump and so much to do ! I got an early start on my mid-life changes...patience is probably the biggest thing I need to resolve and retain to this year.
Happy New Year everyone
Patience, you say. Watch out, this usually invites varied trials and tests, so that you can "exercise" your patience. I know, it happened to me and many I know ! This is dedffinitely one of those " be careful what you ask for, you just might get it"! This one comes in "deceiving" packages.
Wish you all the best.
PS. I don't usually mention any of my hubs, but I have one you may want to check out for some tips.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-per … s-in--life
Happy New Years!!!
I am happy to see that we are still here, I hope that not to many are suffering severe hangovers!!!
Happy New Year! Hmm--today seems the same as yesterday. Possibly cuz we didn't watch the apple fall down like we usually do, .
Seriously, may today be the beginning of a great year for everyone...
My problem with resolutions is their is no end. Most successes have an ultimate ending, and a time frame of when they should be complete.
In the case of a "New Year's Resolution", there is only a start time. Therefore, usually by the end of 30 days or so, people don't aceive what they deam "realistic" results, and terminate their resolution.
Ultimately, I believe most resolutions fail. I set my resolution in September. It's my 100 day resolution. It is the last 100 days of the year, where I set a goal (resolution) to accomplish things by the time the year ends. It works better for me.
Yaiks!!! I'm still struggling to accomplish my resolutions for the other years... and I'm having a hard hard time... they were all good ones.. so this year I'll just add this "100 hubs before august"...and "100 lenses" before September...
mine one is being a good human...and not broken yet its really tough but i work relly hard for it.
by Sherry Hewins 11 months ago
I don't usually make any resolutions, but this year I decided that I am going to resist click bait. You know those annoying things on the side of your screen that say things like, "People who died and nobody noticed," or "You won't believe what these stars look like now."...
by cjcarter 7 years ago
Tell me your new years resolutions!
by msLarayne 5 years ago
Do you make and keep new years resolutions?
by jaydawg808 5 years ago
Do you follow through on your New Years Resolutions?
by SEXYLADYDEE 5 years ago
Since New Years Resolutions are rarely maintained how do you inspire yourself to achieve goals?I have bucket list goals, life goals, parenting goals, crafting goals and more. My journal is the place to keep them listed and chart my progress. Why do we have trouble keeping on track when we set goals...
by gchicnotes 6 years ago
Does announcing your resolutions help or harm them from being done? Should we really make one or just work on self progression?
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