5 thoughts on “How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

  1. Hey Stefan
    I think setting goals is important. You have set some right above and you are right they need to be realistic. Sure they have to be a bit challenging, but realistic.

    I like your last resolution. 365 posts to this blog. I actually only have 48 posts. I had better get going 🙂

    • 365 posts on this blog within one year are a bit optimistic since I prefer to publish high quality content, but since I will change a lot of things in my life this year (travel, head back to school, etc.) I’m certain there will be much to share with you.

      I couldn’t find any post about new year’s resolutions on your blog Jim. Have you set up any goals or resolutions for the new year?

      • I should set up some goals for the new year. Honestly I haven’t sat down to think about them. This might sound weird, but what just came to mind is that I just want to happy. I want to enjoy the simple things in life and not stress so much. I know not really goals, but just thoughts that came to mind 🙂

  2. I just posted my personal and blog resolutions, short and long term. I know some of them will be reached while others not, but I must set targets and goals and do my best.

    Many people now days don’t even do the new year resolution thing as they know they won’t keep them. It’s sad, but true.

    • Just read them and I think most of them are spot on. I would personally try to set up more specific dates instead of saying “I will” but it’s possible you have them more detailed somewhere in private.

      About the second point then. Well, personally I feel that people saying they can’t keep them has already lost. They give in to their old comfortable life and will therefore probably not continue to develop themselves. Remember that if anyone else can make it, we can as well.

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