It is that time of year when we all toy with the idea of New Years resolutions.
Will we resolve to diet and exercise more, stop smoking, save money, work harder or call home more often?
Resolutions are as plentiful as the people who make them and often fade as we settle into the grind of the new year. Perhaps, though, we do not give ourselves enough opportunity to succeed with these plans to better ourselves. If for months we have done nothing to curb our sweet tooth and chosen not to exercise at all, then a new diet void of cake, cookies, fried food and soft drinks and a strict workout regimen seem awfully unrealistic.
We are a goal-oriented society, and without specific milestones to reach we often flounder, but if we simplified our plans we might find more success every day. What if your goal was better your life every day?