I don't know about you all, but in the past I've made these so-called resolutions and pretty much failed within a month or so. OR, I forgot I made them, then when the year rolls around, I'm like, "oh yeah!" and I realize that I've failed pitifully. I'm a flake like that, I'm afraid. I'm pretty good with deadlines, goals that others impose on me. But when I make them myself....well, I guess I know I'm a pushover.
So instead of New Year goals, I plan to focusing on improving myself, all year long. Day by day. Step by small step. In my writing. In my housework. In my organization at life. And hopefully, this time next year I will feel good about what I've accomplished, and not feel ashamed that I didn't meet some start of year goal.
Cause, in all honesty, shouldn't we have that same type of attitude every day, instead of waiting until the calendar year ticks around?