Why I Hate Making A New Year’s Resolution
New Year’s resolutions are setting you up for failure and I am not a fan of failing. I prefer to set myself up for success and with that, I always choose to make a list of New Year’s goals that are obtainable, quantifiable, and adjustable. Ever since I have started making goals, I always complete at least some of them.
Goal setting is a way of life for me and I hope, through this blog, you will join me. Psychologists agree that having goals to work toward is a healthy mindset.
None of us are perfect but working away at the little things on a daily basis, we can make huge changes in our lives.
What I find with a New Year’s resolution is that I know I will fail and that just reminds me of any shortcomings that I have. It’s a reminder that I am not perfect. I know that. I don’t need a reminder. Do you?
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