Resolutions, yay or nay?

Every year, millions of people make resolutions on New Year’s Eve. They join gyms or cut their alcohol intake. Some consider changing careers. Others make frivolous ones like, eat dessert first. OK, that’s one I can get behind. The problem with resolutions is that we make them, and mean them in the moment, but they have the average shelf life of a carton of milk. By mid-January, we’re back to our hectic lives, our resolutions and good intentions tossed aside like wrapping paper on Christmas morning. Last year, in a blog entry on my webpage, I listed the following resolutions: 1. Eat better and healthier 2. Up my writing game 3. Don't sweat the small stuff. Did okay on the first, on and off.

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