It’s almost the beginning of a new year with new resolutions so I thought this post should be dusted off and shared again….
JUST AS a young man’s fancy turns to love in the spring, it’s January of a new year and people’s fancy turns to New Year resolutions. People resolve to change – lose weight, make more money, exercise more, eat healthier, save more money, etc. People resolve to do, or not to do, things that will improve their lives and give themselves a year to make the change. Resolutions are good and people are sincere in making these yearly resolutions. But statistics show that by the end of February, most people have forgotten their resolutions only to remember them again in December when it’s time to make New Year resolutions again. This is not good. I propose a new New Year’s Resolution: instead of only treating the beginning of a new year as a time to make resolutions, treat the beginning of a new day as a time to make resolutions.
I call my proposal New Day resolutions. Continue reading “New New Year’s Resolution”