It’s the season of resolutions. Oftentimes we resolve (well I resolve) to be better at something. Eat better, live better, play nicer with others, etc.
Sometimes we keep these resolutions, sometimes they last a month or two. (Been there and done that, as well.)
There might even be a year where we forgo resolutions all together- deciding that we are good as we are, or boycotting them because [insert reason here].
To each their own. I’m just a regular person rife with faults so I’ve no profound advice of my own to give on this front.
But I am happy to share some of the ideas that are shaping the way I am thinking about 2015:
In the borrowed words of Henry Ford, “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got”. I’ve felt often this past year that I’ve been banging my head against some walls. Also, that I often choose what makes me busy or dutiful instead of what makes me happy or whole. So perhaps it’s time to try for some different choices on a day-to-day basis. And really, isn’t that what change is all about? Making a choice, in the moment, or over a series of moments?
To your health, happiness, and success! Dear readers, here’s to 2015!