Resolutions are easy to break because you’re not accountable to anyone. It’s not a promissory note from a bank or a rental agreement, where there are real consequences for not resolving to maintain your payments.
So this year I have decided not to make a resolution for something I haven’t started doing yet, but rather to make resolutions that build on what I’ve already started doing in 2014.
1: Finish my current writing project.
2:Take more opportunities to perform on stage.
3: I will not allow minor negative experiences to destroy a good relationship. Similarly, I will not allow a single good experience to constantly cloud my judgment.
4: I will only be accountable to people who love and care about me.
5: I will have a job that is meaningful and not just one that pays bills.
6: I will strengthen my memory and be more confident when I give an answer.
7: I will learn to plan ahead better.
8: I will be more attentive to my friends and family.
9: I will not be bullied in the workplace any longer.
10: I will seize more opportunities to do things that expand my knowledge.
11: I will only go into shops to look around when I can afford to buy something.
12: I will save money.
13: I will continue to eat healthier.
14: I will own all of my burdens.
15: I will take better care of my body.