How to make and keep resolutions
THE end of 2018 has crept up on us, and now we are finally here. We are saying goodbye to a year of happiness for some, loss for others, but nobody can disagree with me when I say that it has been one eventful year.
Now is the time that we reflect on what we’ve done this year and create our new resolutions for the new year.
My recommendation for your resolutions? Make them super-achievable, and don’t be too hard on yourself if you forget about them. One year I promised myself that I’d eat more tomatoes. It took me until the year after to actually fulfil that resolution, but who was keeping track?
Resolutions are tough to keep and if anything are only really there to keep us accountable for our actions, so it shouldn’t feel as though you have a tonne of pressure on yourself to uphold the standards. Make them easy, and possibly something with a tangible, measurable goal. Or, even better, don’t make them at all and just see where the year takes you! That sounds much easier.
From all of us at the Dalby Herald, we wish you a very Happy New Year. We hope 2019 is full of excitement for the future, and gratitude for what we already have.
Here’s to an enriching, fulfilling, successful 2019!