How about a New Year’s resolution that fits us all and is worth doing?
I don’t blame you if you are rolling your eyes and shaking your head as you see this and wishing everyone would stop with the push to make resolutions. How many times do we make a list or mental note to start, or restart, a new habit, promise, routine with the flipping of the calendar page to January 1st? I know all about broken New Year’s resolutions– start a work-out routine, lose weight, don’t get angry, smile more – and these are just the generic ones. Do we really need a specific holiday to bring attention to how well we keep promises to improve ours and others’ lives? Shouldn’t we do that all the time?
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