Add a goal like eating breakfast into your day.
There's 29 days until 2012, and many of us will be racing to come up with some sort of New Year's resolutions.
Why wait? 29 days is not a long time so why wait to create some changes that can jump-start 2012 in a positive manner.
I understand, it's the Christmas holiday, and you're busy. But, choosing one resolution is less overwhelming than starting a long list of New Year's resolutions at the same time. For example, if you plan to set five New Year's resolutions into effect on the first; why not start with one now? Not all five, but one.
Choose a resolution that is small, but attainable like eating breakfast or taking one hour out of the week for yourself. These resolutions are not huge challenges like climbing the Himalaya's, but they are ways to create stepping stones to a postive grand finale.
Here's another way to look at it. If you begin with a small, attainable goal that has good gains; it's a great way to end 2011 and an awesome way to begin 2012.
Lisa M. White
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