New Year Greetings Dear World
So what is it this year that is going to be on our New Year Resolutions list?
Is our NYR same as last year and every year before that?
Has anything changed?
How long do they last?
Why is it that we Give Up on these so called decisions?
Could it be possible that New Year Resolutions for us just don’t stick as we find it really hard?
Could it be possible that our NYR actions simply do not match the Hot Talk we come up with?
In other words, we say it but never follow it through with our movements for whatever reason.
How firm are we when it comes to our NYR list?
How do we feel about those promises we make to ourself?
What is the determination we have behind our NYR?
Could it be possible we are not really giving this NYR stuff anymore than a bit of lip service?
Another year has passed and we now enter a New Year, a new beginning and another chance to get it right.
Most of us entertain the idea of New Year Resolutions.
Most of us hope we can erase the ill behaviour of our wayward ways by turning the page on the calendar.
Most of us like the thought of quick fix Solutions that work for us as we can’t be bothered to make real changes.
Most of us go along with what others are up to at this time of year in ‘ra ra let’s go’ mode.
Most of us don’t feel great on New Years Day because of what we got up to on New Years Eve.
Most of us dread this coming year as we already know it’s not going to be great.
Most of us feel the start of this new year sucks, so best we jump on the bandwagon of New Year Resolutions.
Before we go any further – worth reading our New Year blog with all the questions it is presenting.
Have we ever thought – we do not have to wait for a date on the calendar to tell us it is time for change?
What is the assault we put on our body throughout the whole year and even more during December?
What if our body is unable to move into extreme exercise suddenly after a period of indulging behaviour, which we call Christmas?
What if our long list of New Year Resolutions never last because this way of trying to change simply does not work?
What if we replaced our New Year Resolutions list with just one simple change that would support our body?
What if we gave it our best by making a choice to simply commit and live it?
In other words – if we consistently keep choosing to do this one thing that we know would support us, it would bring about lasting change.
Example – going to bed earlier as there are numerous benefits for the human body.
Then if we feel the benefits, we can make a choice to read ALL the blogs on this website.
Then if life starts to change in a very real way, we begin to consider ALL the Questions that are being presented in every blog.
What if every day was just the same as any other day so there is no pressure just because it is NEW YEARS DAY?
What would happen if we started living the same same every day, with the word RESPONSIBILITY at the core of every choice we made?
In other words, we take full responsibility for all the choices we make and therefore we are accountable for everything that happens to us.
What if this way of living knocks out the need for the quick fix Solutions we seek at this time of year – what we call NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS?