Wednesday, December 31, 2008

No Resolutions for Me

The new year is a time for reflection. For many people it's also a symbolic time to decide to quit a bad habit or form a new, good habit. But I stopped making resolutions a few years ago. While making a resolution shows good intentions for instituting a postive change, I prefer to set my goals as I go along based on my needs at a particular time.

If you decide to make resolutions, just remember that change is gradual. It doesn't happen overnight, and it involves willpower and discipline. Here's an article to help you keep your resolutions. I wish you the best in 2009!

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  1. so wise! thanks for the very good advice Diane and I wish you all the best in o9 too! xo

  2. great advice...thanks and have a happy new years :0)

  3. I wish you the best in 2009 too! Happy New Year!


  4. Good point, I did call mine resolutions for lack of a better word, but they really are life style changes.

  5. Diana, that is a very important thing to remember. Slow and steady.

    Happy new year to you!

  6. Happy New Year! I wish you the best in 2009!

  7. No resolutions for me either! Happy 2009!

  8. The only resolution I made for this year is to visit for blogs. Happy New Year!

  9. Wonderful reminder for all of us! I tend not to make resolutions either but rather I use the time to reflect on the year and contemplate possible directions for the future.
    Hugs and blessings,

  10. happy new year diane.
    do you want to know what my resolution is for next year?

    to reduce blogging. sounds crazy, yes it is. I've spent most of my time in front of my computer working on 7 blogs I manage.

    I had to focus on one, but it's so hard coz each has it's uniqueness.

  11. Wonderful videos!

    May 2009 bring you much joy and love. XXOO


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