Happy New Year! The tradition of making New Year's resolutions began long ago in ancient Babylon - I can imagine their resolutions were a bit different than ours! What remains the same is the chance to make the beginning of a new year a time to reflect on the year that has passed and make goals to ensure the upcoming year is better than the last.
According to the USA.gov listed below are the most common New Year's resolutions. How do yours measure up?
My resolutions do not match all of those listed above, but I believe a new year is a great time for a fresh start and a wonderful opportunity to make some healthy changes! I believe that instead of getting overwhelmed by a list of resolutions that will be difficult for you to complete, take Military One Source's advice and make a resolution to ENJOY LIFE.
"Make a commitment to yourself to enjoy your life more. That's right. Rather than begrudgingly telling yourself once again that, "this is the year I will go on another diet and lose those 20 pounds," perhaps a more positive approach is to set a goal of changing your attitude about your life."
What are your resolutions for 2012? Please share in the comments!
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