It's been quite a few years since I've made New Years "resolutions". In years past, I resolved to "lose weight, exercise more, cut back on cigarettes, etc....", the typical resolutions that are common to many come the first of the year. More often than not, I did well for a couple of months then my resolutions fell by the wayside. Thereafter, I began setting simple "goals" that I thought would be easily accomplished during the year. Eventually even some of those faultered.
This year, I'm "resolving" to forget resolutions and goals. I will take one day at a time. There are certain tasks I would like to accomplish but there are no deadlines involved. I will do what I can when I can, the rest will go into my "ONE DAY" bin (which is already overstuffed).
I applaud those whom have concrete goals in mind for the year and strive so heartily to meet them. I've been there and done that. These days I prefer "simple"- the fewer deadlines the better.
An example of me (on the right) ;)