Here we go again. Another new year. Endless possibilities stretch out before us as we make vows in hopes of becoming the people we really wish we could be. A new year brings a fresh, can-do attitude. An eagerness for change. A chance for self-improvement. We are at the starting line ready to sprint forward toward the goals we call New Year’s Resolutions.
Two weeks later, we are back to our old lifestyles. Only this time we have the feeling of failure looming over us.
I have never been one to make New Year’s Resolutions for that very reason. I know I won’t be able to keep them, so why bother? Well, thinking back now, I guess that’s not really true. I just don’t call them New Years Resolutions. I prefer to think of them as lifestyle changes that somehow start around January 1.
And two weeks later, I am back to my old lifestyle. Only this time I have the feeling of failure looming over me.
This year, I will not make any new resolutions. I will simply continue to work on the goals that I had when I started this blog: to reclaim my home and sanity from neglect. Oh, and to end world hunger, bring peace to the world, and give everyone a dandelion.
So, have you made any New Year’s Resolutions? Leave a comment if you feel like sharing.