The new year is a great time to reflect on what is going well and what you want to improve in your life, but it can be overwhelming to make goals that lead to real changes. Follow these tips to create a simple plan to keep you calm and motivated! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. Ours was quiet this year, which was nice. We got 6 inches of fresh snow on Christmas morning, and had a slow day of opening presents, going to church, and relaxing at home.
Now that Christmas is over, though, my thoughts are turning to the new year. I love making new year’s resolutions, and starting fresh with energy and optimism about the new year. However, I’ve learned over time that it’s important to be intentional and moderate about my resolutions. I used to make long lists of resolutions, broken down by category and each one with several bullet-pointed action items underneath it. It was great, while it lasted, but that’s not realistic for me right now….