Do you make them or not?
If so, what are they.
If not, why not?
Nope. Never make New Year's resolutions. I don't need the changing of the calendar to decide to do something. If it's an important change, I'll resolve to do it no matter what the date may be.
Now I will set travel goals for the year. Not resolutions, just things I plan/hope to do. Plans do have a way of changing, so these goals may not necessarily be accomplished during a particular year. Those that get pushed back will probably end up as a goal in a later year.
What are Your 2018 Travel Goals?
Exactly how I look at resolutions
Nope, I do not set New Year's resolutions, I set goals. The goals are not relevant to rolling over to a new year (or relevant to any specific time frame) - if the goal is time-oriented, then it is to achieve something in a certain amount of time, or maybe by a certain date.
happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Mine is not make them since they are easily broken!
So if you resolve not to make New Year's resolutions, is that, in itself, a New Year's resolution?
How do you resolve that conundrum?
I think that being a nice person is the easiest one to keep (and to break), loving my wife and family, staying focused on being kind, accruing Marriott points, etc. My resolutions are fairly simple. And the same every year.
I am too lazy!
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