Personally, I am not a big fan of New Years. I don’t like to see another year end and a new one start.
And this seems to happen faster as I grow older.
Nevertheless, for each and every New Year I make resolutions.
Why? Because many years ago my Dad explained to me that the end of a year is neither an end nor a beginning. Rather, he said, it is a going on with the wisdom and intelligence that comes from experience.
If you’re like most people, your list of New Year’s resolutions includes at least one of the following: lose weight, give up smoking, exercise, better manage finances, find a better job, become more organized, enjoy life more, spend more time with family and friends, eat better or become a better person...