New Year’s Resolutions

New year 2016 and old year 2015 written on sandy beach with waves

It’s the time of the year when most of us are making up our list of New Year’s resolutions. We always make great lists. We want to lose weight, exercise more, watch less television, or go back to school, all kinds of ideas to improve ourselves. Our intentions are good and we truly believe we will change our habits and improve our lives. However, by the time March rolls around the lists are lost or forgotten and we are back to doing things as usual. Next year we will begin again. Some resolutions are like perennial flowers, popping up each year on the list. The question is why do we always fail? We fail because we don’t plan to succeed. A New Year’s resolutions list is no more than a wish list if you don’t lay down an executable plan to achieve what you want to do.

This year I’m taking a very close look at my list and figuring out what it takes to achieve the things I want to do and the changes I want to make. I’m putting things in place such as joining Weight Watchers to lose the pounds I want to lose. I’m bound and determined not to have the same resolutions list next year that I have this year.

Are you making plans to achieve your New Year’s resolutions?

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