New Year’s Day is a time for resolutions. We use this time to reflect on the year that has passed, and plan for the year ahead. There are many changes I’d like to see in 2019. Among those are:
- Become more disciplined in my writing. I want to finish my novel this year and begin blogging again.
- Maintain my weight for the year.
- Continue running 5 miles once or twice a week while increasing speed.
- Reduce the use of artificial sweeteners.
- Do more physical activities with my kids.
- Reduce sugar and increase vegetables in the girls’ diet.
The problem is that New Year’s resolutions are incredibly difficult to stick to. It sounds good on January 1 when we tell ourselves we’re going to start eating better, but we’re not going to start on a holiday, right? There’s a big party and we can’t possibly miss out on Joe’s wings and…
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