“Make the most of yourself….for that is all there is of you.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
The New Year is here and that means many people are thinking of or have already made New Year’s resolutions. These goals and missions we’ve decided to place upon ourselves going into the next twelve months are meant to shape and mold our lives so we can look back at the previous 364 days prior to the last day of the year with a smile. Sadly, the art of completing our resolutions end in failure more than success. So what can you do to avoid another new year’s resolution fading away like the year before it was made?
Keep it simple by saying that, “This year I will work on becoming a better me.”
While that doesn’t sound as good as, “I’m going to exercise every day,” or, “I will eat healthier this year,” the simple resolution of bettering yourself overall can encompass almost any positive resolution someone can think of. If you can follow through with this resolution, you will look back on the year while the clock ticks down to begin anew with a smile on your face and success in your heart.