I don't see the point of them.
If you have to do something, then simply do it, and stick to it.
Choosing one particular day of the year to do it does not make it any more likely that you will succeed. Determination, perseverance and commitment are required whether you start on January 1st or September 23rd.
It is really a question of having a positive attitude, not anything specifically related to the calendar.
Hi gpatricia, If one goes along with the spirit of resolutions, nothing more surprising comes to the fore but an earnest intention of making the life better. If this is the case in real sense, then one need to follow a short term plan. Let it be a yearly resolution but that needs to be planned at micro level to ensure it's timely implementation. No plan can be objectionable by itself, but the attitude towards it makes it appreciable or objectionable.
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