Here's wishing all of you have a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year. Make resolutions you can keep. And not the same old one you make every year, that eventually goes by the way side. I'm guilty of that. I can recall the only New Year's resolution I've managed to reach. Back when I was fifty, I decided I needed to slow down. Stop and smell the roses so to speak. And I haven't looked back. Have I had relapses? A few here and there. But then my inner voice reminds me to slow down.
For those of us who need to lose weight, try something different. Don't say, this year I want to lose weight. Say instead, I'm going to eat healthier this year. This New Year I've decided to set goals for myself. Take baby steps so my body doesn't go into shock. I'm going to do my best to give up a few things that aren't good for me. No, I don't have any bad habits like doing drugs and drinking. I'm talking about certain foods, and life choices. Find less stress in my life. I'm always telling my staff, don't fret over things outside your circle of influence. If you can change it, do, if you can't, let it go and move on.
I think I'll take a page out of my own book.
So...what are some of your New Year's Resolutions?