Here we go again. What? New Year’s Facebook posts. Shoulda, woulda, coulda. Working on week 11 of “i-quit-sugar”. New Year’s Day (yesterday) is nothing more than a light-switch-effect moment for humans who haven’t figured out the key to personal transformation. People think come January 1, they will magically have what it takes to begin a […]
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There used to be a time when i would make weight-loss and get healthy goals this time of year. Ha. Finally found the solution… April Fool’s Day 1999, i began running one mailbox a day for a week, then added an additional mailbox distance (100 meters) with each passing week. It was one month […]
New Year’s resolutions fail because of one insidiously overlooked reason. We think we can wave a magic wand and become the thing we want to become by flicking the proverbial switch. One single day (January 1) on a calendar is the proverbial switch. New year, new me. Right? It’s foolish to take […]
The only way to make a New Year’s resolution stick for the rest of our lives is to make “the rest of our lives” part of our contract. Conventional cliches revolve around “make sure you read the fine print”. Try this on for size: Make sure you write the fine print. You, yes you. […]