If you’re looking for help preparing your New Year’s resolutions, you’ve come to the wrong place. I have experience… all of the wrong kind.
Over my many, many starts to a fresh year, I have been eager to write down what the new me would look like.
Each December, I’d consider how to make better use of my time and stop making the poor choices that cluttered my previous year.
My key was always to purchase an expensive, beautiful, leather-bound notebook to document all the resolutions that would guide me to near-perfection.
Approaching 2020, I glance at a stack of leather-bound New Year’s resolution notebooks on my shelf. They look pretty cool but are chock-full of unfulfilled intentions and aspirations dating back a decade or so.
My only New Year’s resolution this year is to pass up the urge to get a new, leather-bound notebook. I can achieve this. Can’t I?