The time is approaching very quickly where everyone jumps at the chance of starting the new year off on a good foot; the obligatory New Year’s Resolutions that pretty much always seem to be the same thing.
I’ve made them in the past, but it always seems once February (or if I’m lucky, March) hits, I forget the resolution and fall back into the way that I was hoping to change. I guess for me, the whole New Year thing is not a big enough push. Not yet anyway.
This year, I am thinking of by-passing the whole resolution thing. I’m not doing anything fun on New Year’s Eve either and well, it’s never really been “my holiday.” That’s not to say I don’t have any goals for the year. I do in fact, but I know that once I make them “resolutions” the will to continue will fade by February.
There are 8 New Year’s resolutions I want to make, but I know that the chances of actually sticking with them are not too likely:
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