"I do know that when I am 60, I should be attempting to achieve different personal goals than those which had priority at age 20.”
"Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated."
Many of you probably agree with me. But, what is in your closet that you don’t need? Get rid of clothes that don’t fit, haven’t been altered in three years, or are too far out of style.
(Men, this applies to you too.)
to me these have always been contemptible.
One of the reasons for the dismal resolution success rate is because the resolutions are not specific enough and many people don’t know how to turn resolutions in to goals. Below is the list of the Top 10 resolutions from last year.
- First quarter: Get a physical. Take five 30-minute walks a week. Take a healthy cooking class. Learn about vitamins and identify which would be helpful. Reduce soda consumption to five per week.
- Second quarter: Continue the walks and add 15 minutes to each. Eliminate soda. Assess nutrition and identify three additional changes to make.
- Third quarter: Add weight lifting to fitness routine. Take three different fitness classes to see if any are interesting or helpful enough to add to your schedule.
- Fourth quarter: Take a fitness class or run a 5k in another city.
I become more and more patriotic for humanity.”