There’s nothing quite like the excitement as the new year rolls in. Whether you actually stay awake to see the ball drop, or if you simply celebrate the first day of the new year, it’s the time for resolutions, fresh goals, and new beginnings.
Today is the 5th day of the new year. We haven’t even gone a week yet. And while you see this blog post, be assured that I just posted it barely on time this morning. I haven’t refined it or done anything I normally do to make it an amazing post, because I’m rushing to get it done, and worn out mentally already.
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Ever realize, minutes before (or after) the ball drops, that you wanted to set some New Year’s Resolutions? Don’t wait till then and blurt something out on the spur of the moment. It’s too easy to set a goal that you don’t really want, or don’t really plan on committing to and seeing it out. Instead, take some time now to look ahead at 2015.
Here are 4 steps to help you actually meet your 2015 New Year’s Resolutions:
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I’m smack-dab in the middle of multiple books (The Guardian of Hope series is not all I work on). And it’s hard. Middles of books are hard. But of course, being in the middle of anything is hard.
If you’re not athletic, imagine starting an exercise routine. Initially? Super exciting. You’re pumped to do it, and you often notice drastic improvements quickly. The rate-of-return in exercise is massive at the start. Then a few weeks go by, and the drive is gone.
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