Avoid Doing This When Making Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s a new year full of new possibilities. This is the time of year we make lists and lists of resolutions. We make plans for the future, which hooray, is now here. We plan and we plot and we carefully craft our goals.

Oftentimes, when we’re rushing to ring in the new year we think of all the things we’ll do differently. All the things that we’ll fix or do better.

But while you’re reflecting on your new resolutions, don’t forget to give yourself a pat on the back for all the good things you did this past year. Because there were good things. All those many, many things you did RIGHT.

Even if this past year was not your year, you have to admit there were somethings that you flat out nailed.

I want to encourage you to make those resolutions. Set those goals. Take advantage of this fresh start at a new year.

That said, I also hope you remember the good things you accomplished this past year. In other words, don’t be so quick dig up in doubt what you planted in faith.

Happy New Year everyone!

Tiffany Anne

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