Do you have New Year's Resolution for 2016?

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    • #52831

      Maricel
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      Some of us have list of their New Year’s Resolution to make when the new year come. Do you have any or do you to that?

    • #52837

      TAlberts
      Participant

      No, I donĀ“t make any new years resolutions. I set a goal for the following year for me to follow but no resolutions.

    • #52840

      blueberry
      Participant

      Nope. Never planned any resolutions though I have goals to think of.

    • #52841

      Agree with @thelme55 and @blueberry

      I too don’t go with resolutions but with goals.

    • #52844

      dawnwriter
      Participant

      Not necessarily a New Year Resolution but I want to be more organized. I want to manage my time better because there is so much to do and learn and if wewaste time, so many opportunities are lost.

    • #52849

      rextrulove
      Moderator

      Not specific to new year, though I want to be more caring, loving and helpful than I was the previous year, but that is a constant goal of mine.

    • #52851

      jkct01
      Participant

      I always tell myself to work harder in the new year but it seems there has not been any big change.

    • #52858

      Anne Farmer
      Participant

      I never usually do have those. I do want to stop eating to much sugar again though. It’s hard when you live in a household that eats too much junk food. The temptations are always there and there is a lack of adequate veggies and fruit sometimes.

    • #52892

      nerdieeds
      Participant

      I tried to jot down things that I do and don’t want to do the previous years but were never followed. So after that I am not making any. I just have goals.

    • #52901

      ptrk12
      Participant

      I think for me, following up on and actually implementing my plans would be more important than resolutions.

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