(and friends stories) that resolutions are hard to keep. So I ask the question: Why do we keep picking resolutions that we know we most likely won't obtain? Some may say it is because we love a challenge and if we pick an easy resolution...what's the point?
While I try to come up with my own list of ways to "better me" I tried to think of where I put that list of "improvements" from last year. Out of my list of 10 things I only accomplished 5 of them (well 5 1/2, I started one and didn't fully finish but haven't given up yet). So is a little more then 50% ok? I tried to analyze why I did not complete them all, and while I can come up with a 100 excuses (some of them even being valid), if I am honest with you and myself a majority of it was...laziness. While I despise that word, I also use it as my motivation. So this year while I have tons that I will be adding to my list, I am making "Not being Lazy" the top resolution.
With Love From the East Coast,