December 31, 2016
Making New Year’s resolutions gets some people energized and motivated while others don’t understand the purpose. New years resolutions, if you follow them, can really serve as a road map for the upcoming year. Whether it is to drink more water, do something crazy, eat healthy food, fall in love, be kinder, live within your means, get a better job, get fit, manage debt, manage stress or recycle … we can all stand to have a goal.
Do we all keep our resolutions? Realistically and statistically, it doesn’t happen. So why bother? Maybe we shouldn’t pick January 1 to decide to make a change, but we often find that the start of a new year is a good time to set goals. Whether or not you decide to make resolutions for 2016, have a Happy New Year!