Believe in something unbelievable.


Be less concerned with the opinions of others and more concerned with my own.


Be more affectionate with my loved ones.


Be more considerate of others.


Be more patient with my son.


Be more thankful.


Be on time for work at least 3 days a week.


Be realistic.


Fight less with my mother and sister.


Find the good in people.


Get healthy.


Get organized.


Get over my fears.


Give back more to my community.


Go skydiving again.


Have an adventure.


Keep my car clean.


Keep New Year’s resolutions.


Live in the now.


Live my dreams.


Lose weight.


Make time for myself.


Mind my own business and my manners.


No dirty dishes in the sink.


No procrastinating.


Play video games with my fiancé and dinosaurs with my son.


Put away clean laundry as soon as it comes out of the dryer.


Quit biting my fingernails.


Quit gossiping.


Quit smoking.


Replace funny insults with sincere compliments.


Speak my mind.


Spend more time with my father.


Take vitamins every day.


Text less and talk more.


Think positive thoughts.


Try a new recipe every week.


Work smarter not harder.


“Don’t you just love New Year’s? You can start all over. Everybody gets a second chance.” ~ Forrest Gump


Resolutions come and go, but one thing remains: New Year’s provides us with the perfect opportunity – or excuse, depending on your perspective – to have a new beginning, to take a chance on a dream, to be a better person. Take a moment of self reflection and ask yourself, “How can I improve my life?” Then take hold of that second chance with all of your might because you may not get another one.


by Kelley Criscoe Stein

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