It is the second day of 2018.
Have you fulfilled and whole-heartedly committed to your resolution for the past 2 days?
Many people may be muttering “no” or “not entirely.”
Often the resolution is unachievable and unobtainable. Why do we ‘reset’ on January 1 and not anytime during the year? Why is it that so many people fail to stick to their resolution for more than a month or two?
You may wish to review your resolution to ensure that the following resolution principals have been applied for optimum success:
If you are having to reassess your resolution, it may be worthwhile looking at your resolution a little differently. How about we consider ‘bringing in’ something for the new year?
Let’s plan to do something that could benefit others, like offering time at a charity, school or nursing home.
What about planning to have a more realistic or optimistic outlook on life?
Whether you are newly separated or a bit of an experienced person in divorce, you may choose to work on your divorce. If so, a new year divorce resolution could include:
You are worthy of having a resolution that you can easily implement. It is great to have a resolution that you can build upon the following year. It is confidence and morale-boosting to have a resolution that you succeed at.
Reflect upon your life and resolve to value-add because you are amazing, important and worthy.