Well, I do...at least make them and try not to break them.
It helps to focus on things doable--as opposed to pipe dream resolutions.
You will NOT make yourself be a better person by making a resolution. You might make yourself a better person by KEEPING a resolution.
Just skip the resolution and be a better person.
Of course, the resolution is kind of like a To Do List...as though, like a grocery list, you write it down, then go out and get it, then cross it off the list.
But most things worth doing are not a once and done.
How many times have you made a resolution about something involving food?
- Eat less.
- Eat more healthily.
- Eat more vegetables.
- Eat only non-meats.
Or something involving body image?
- Loss weight
- Exercise more
- Walk more
Or personal improvement?
- Be more kind
- Show more gratitute
- Read more...
AHA! There's a resolution I can keep. I am setting my reading goal as 25 books this year. I will try to "review" each or at least reprise.
And I'm off...