New Year’s Eve is a great time to think about making a resolution to change a behavior, improve upon a practice, or to start something new. Most people don’t keep their resolutions very far into the year, but there’s no reason to wait until Dec 31st to reboot. – Dana Perino
There is nothing better to discuss on January 1st than Resolutions; a new year means a new start and people use it as the main time to change their lives.
I am not one to believe in resolutions, they’re too easily broken. I much prefer setting myself goals and targets for the year. When setting resolutions you are required to reflect; what when wrong this year? what needs to change? what can you do to make it the best year ever?
My goals this year a small and doable, setting yourself goals you will be unable to achieve is the main reason why resolutions get broken by January 8th.
My 2018 Goals:
- Complete my Dissertation
- Write a book
- Finish Uni Degree
- Go on a holiday
- Clear out the clutter
- Save £2000
- Stop eating all that junk food
- Live life and be happy