Thursday, January 3, 2008

I don’t do resolutions.

The New Year is a time for reflection. Traditionally, we reflect on the past years events and look forward to the year ahead. This is also the time many people make New Years resolutions. I don’t do resolutions.

When something is labeled a resolution it isn’t really a main priority. If it is a main concern then why wait until the last day of the year to face it? I applaud anyone who makes a resolution and actually sees positive long-lasting change. But, for the most part, most resolutions are broken. In the US the most popular resolutions are:

Lose Weight
Pay Off Debt
Save Money
Get a Better Job
Get Fit
Eat Right
Get a Better Education
Drink Less Alcohol
Quit Smoking Now
Reduce Stress Overall
Reduce Stress at Work
Take a Trip
Volunteer to Help Others

Make small changes in your everyday life to achieve your overall goals. Don’t make huge broad resolutions. You can start today, click here to
Volunteer and Help Others.

All the best in 2008.

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