How about we let the Resolution thing slide?

For most of us, New Year is a time for turning a new leaf. To cease from doing certain things, to improve on certain aspect of our lives, either to stop some bad habits, to work out so as to burn that fat and be in shape (Lol) and the list goes on….

Happy New Year

Some always make RESOLUTIONS, but only a few about (8%) do follow up with whatever they’ve decided to do.

2020 is upon us, are you one of the 92% that keeps signing up a deal with yourself and within few days into the New Year you dump it?

How about we let the Resolution thing slide and just live our normal lives, but with a changed mentality and perspective towards life so as to get the results of what will eventually becomes an attitude, instead of being All-Serious and deliberately failing ourselves more often than not that failure becomes our habits instead of getting the change we desired.

Positive change isn’t something that takes place overnight or in a twinkle of an eye! It is an effort made deliberately, it is a process followed up consciously in order to yield a valid and positive result that brings fulfillment to one’s self.

Do not make false promises called RESOLUTIONS, decide a positive habit from your previous bad habits, work and improve on it and be proud of yourself during the process till it becomes your lifestyle (YOU)….

Here’s wishing You a fulfilled NEW YEAR ahead with love and blessings, and i hope You Start it With Determination and Enthusiasm! Cheers 🍻

Submitted by Udubrai Faith

Share your resolution, share on making a resolution

This is the time for making resolutions for 2019,
Some people have already done theirs,
Some are still doing theirs;
Some people believe in making resolutions;
Some people do not;
What about you?
Are resolutuions worthwhile?
Should we spend time making resolutions?
Let us share on resolutions.
And if you have already written your resolution
For 2019,
And do not mind it, 
Could you share it with us, please?
I have not yet written my resolution for 2019,
But I hope to write one.
And I look back at 2018,
With joy when I read my pledge.