New Year’s Resolutions

As 2012 is coming to a close, it’s time to begin thinking of your New Year’s Resolution. Whether you have many plans for 2013 or none at all, here are some ideas to think about.

Take things one-step at a time
– Goals are much easier to accomplish if you take your time and do not rush them. You don’t have to

Think realistically – Pick resolutions that are long-term and something you can work at all year. Be careful not to set yourself up for failure by choosing a goal that is not manageable.

Remind yourself why you made this resolution
– Write down your resolution and the reasons why you chose this goal. Put this somewhere you will see it often so you are reminded why it’s important.

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