This is the time of year that people like to make New Year’s resolutions. Sometimes they keep their resolutions, and other times they don’t. Many years ago, I thought it might be prudent to not make any New Year resolutions.
This was more out of selfpreservation than anything else. I didn’t want to feel guilty for not keeping my promises to myself.
Over the years, however, I have found that not making resolutions is good for me. Instead, I deepen the commitment to do the things I’m interested in because I find working toward a goal is part of what keeps me happy.
Shelli Bond Pabis
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