New Year, New Resolutions? Not!

By Young1s Latest Reply 2014-01-01 15:06:10 -0600
Started 2013-12-31 13:40:28 -0600

I've decided to not make any new resolutions for me this year. Not that I'm giving up, but am being realistic this year. My last resolution was to quit all my vices and lose weight. Well, that didn't happen. Okay, some of that happenend (did lose some weight but not enough, and cut down on cigs considerably, but not all.) So let me change that. My resolutions are to finish what I started. And also want for you all to accomplish whatever it is that you want to make happen in your lives this year as well. Much love and Happy New Year to you all!!!

3 replies

GabbyPA 2014-01-01 15:06:10 -0600 Report

I think the main reason we fail so much is that we have the "big commitment" once a year. and then we forget. I like Joyce's method. It keeps you more in touch and willing to re-evaluate as we go. I made some big changes back in October...what? LOL. I like the new year for cleaning up loose ends and clearing the way for new plans. But my goals are set and re-evaluated as the year and situation evolve.

kimfing 2014-01-01 11:34:28 -0600 Report

Happy new year:-) i made a resolution last year to take better care of myself and lo n behold i was diagnosed in apoil 2013!!!!! Well that forced me to keep my resolution. Not sure if gonna make one this year:-):-):-)

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2013-12-31 18:18:53 -0600 Report

I never make New Years Resolutions. I make seasonal changes at the beginning of each season. Each change of the season is a rebirth for the Earth and I have found that each rebirth is a time for change. I set my goals for each new season and many of them are successful.

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