2014 is nearly here! With the new year comes new year’s resolutions, which really are goals we set for ourselves, to better ourselves in some way. However, all too often, we fail to attain our glistening resolutions that have been sanctified in the clinking of champagne glasses and the exchange of new year well-wishes. Why?
I’m writing this blog mountainside, specifically fireside, from Colorado, where my family embarks every year the day after Christmas for a week of snow adventures. It’s my favorite time of year for a lot of reasons: We bond. We engage in unstructured time spent together. It strengthens us as a family, and it allows me to think about the past year- what is going well and what isn’t, what I like about myself and what I’d like to improve, what I am focusing on and perhaps what I should instead be focusing on. Reflect. Regroup. Part of making and attaining good resolutions is knowing where you’ve been, where you are, and where you want to go.
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