CommunityDrivenDevelopment

Ring in the Old!

I used to write pages of resolutions for each New Year.  They were more like lists of 40 things to do! I’d make the list a mix of fun and “good for me.” Then, I’d work at the list all year.  I’d transfer the inevitable undone things to next year’s list. After a few years, the list got really long, and needless to say, less fun and more stressful.  I quit my New Year’s lists in 2013, and haven’t looked back.