July 30, 2014

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A Penny For Your Thoughts

I’LL KEEP MY HABITS

A new year, a new you? So many of us have the best intentions at the beginning of the year to either lose weight, quit smoking or to live a healthier life style.

I always want to do better in the new year, but, I, too, look at my habits and although I want to change them, I lose interest before the end of year. I think I usually just say, “Hmmmm. If I haven’t changed myself so far in  my lifetime, it is getting a little late to do it now.”

Don’t get me wrong. We are never too old for New Year’s resolutions, however it is often said, “promises are made to be broken.”

According to a report there is a list of the most common New Year’s goals and resolutions that people make, but fail to achieve. Then there are also some resolutions that deals with habits we want to stop doing.