I have always loved making new year’s resolutions. The slightly less enjoyable part is the act of loyally carrying them out during each day of the following year. Still, I subconsciously viewed them as yet another opportunity to fuel my self-growth addiction and faithfully composed a list of things to improve upon.There’s little a writer loves more than producing a meaningful document so even lists appear like a chance to do something creative. If the contents of that list intimidates or bores you however, the joy is short-lived.
Only 7% of people keep their new year’s resolutions until the end of the year.
I am not in that 7%. My sister falls firmly within that bracket for 2014, but that’s another story of Capricorn determination she can relay to you. The other 93% of us fail to adhere to our noble list of good intentions and it could be because…
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