Happy New Year and welcome to our first blog posts for 2018.
This week, I came up with the challenge:
Let’s talk about your New Years’ Resolutions.
Does everyone make them? And if so, do you only make them in the new year?
Not me. I make them every day.
Every day I resolve to be better: a better person, more forgiving, more compassionate, less judgmental. I promise myself I will write more and better.
I tell myself I will go to the gym every day (or at least three times a week) and discover some new and fabulous recipe for dinner. And I try to remember I have enough shoes.
I obviously do not always succeed. But that’s the nice thing about goals. They can move forward and upward.
I just continue to hope my reach exceeds my grasp. Words from a poem by Robert Browning, suggesting that, to achieve anything worthwhile, a person should attempt even those things that may turn out to be impossible.
Let’s hop over and check out the fabulous S. C. Mitchell’s resolutions…