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New Year’s Resolutions….


If you are the type of person who has a hard time keeping New Year’s Resolutions - well, you are not alone. Most people have a hard time keeping them. That said, what if there was a way to keep them? 

 

What if the way to keep New Year’s Resolutions was simple, such as CHANGING the way we view or consider the resolutions?

 

What are resolutions anyway?  New Year’s Resolutions are personal goals or intentions that people set for themselves at the beginning of each year.  They are meant to inspire positive change and self-improvement in various aspects of their life.  Resolutions also provide people with an opportunity to reflect on their lives and can also serve as a fresh start. 

 

In the beginning, some people are eager to achieve these resolutions, but soon after – most resolutions tend to fizzle out.  Why is that?  Do people see them as daunting, overwhelming or is it the effort that is required to keep them?  Or do people set ambitious, unrealistic goals, leading to feelings of pressure or failure if they are not achieved?  If so, what if people were to view the resolutions as an exciting challenge that pushes them to become the BEST version of themselves. 

 

People can shift (or change) their mindset which would allow them to embrace the idea of adding value to their lives, rather than feeling restricted by them (or giving something up).  It could be doing more of what brings us joy, such as spending quality time with loved ones, pursuing hobbies, or practicing self-care.  By focusing on doing more of the things that make us happy or fulfilled, we create a positive and empowering approach to our resolutions. This mindset may encourage people to explore new experiences, cultivate healthy habits, and ultimately lead a more fulfilling life!  

 

By embracing New Year’s Resolutions with a positive mindset, it allows people to embark on a journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and achievement that would otherwise be stifled when viewed as a daunting task.  

 

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