The majority of us wish to modify our personal character and traits right at the beginning of a new year. Some people write them on paper while some just keep them fresh in their minds. These desires of changing one’s attitude or practices are what we normally call New Year’s resolutions.
Do It and Live It
After New Year’s Eve, we cram to set the ball rolling on our bucket list of resolutions. Some people do well on the first day, first week and first month of the year but then for some reason or another just give up. A new year’s resolution should be relentless and unremitting. This means that you have to continue what you’ve started. You have already invested your time and energy and if you cease to follow what you’ve started, it’s like abandoning your desire to become a better person. If you want to achieve your goal, make it real.
Making it Real
In making resolutions, feel free to follow the process that you usually follow. Some people are comfortable in writing them on a piece of paper, some may put it on their smartphone, some stick them to their mirror and some even opt to post it on their Facebook wall. No matter how you plan to keep them, what’s important is that you are comfortable with them and you will strive to get them done.
Resolutions are not just made to be written on paper or to be posted on your Facebook wall.
Your goal is to improve yourself as a person. Resolutions are made to be your guide. If it happens that you are not yet ready to change, then come up with your resolutions little by little. That way you will have enough time to think and ponder about what you would really like to improve.