keeping resolutions

Let your 2016 be a good one. And may the force (self control, of course) be with you!
As 2015 creeps up on us, we're all scrambling to make resolutions we'll actually keep. This video from The School Of Life
I love fresh starts and for me, that's what the New Year is all about. I don't think I'm imagining that people are more hopeful
Step 2: Anticipate Everything I need this much time: Two hours to account for getting ready, stretching, running and showering
My resolution has to be bigger than my "yabutt." Too often I would resolve to make important changes, only to have a yabutt negate my ability to successfully complete the resolution.
Most of us start off the new year with that "new year/new you" enthusiasm and nothing deflates it more than if you fail. I found a few apps that can help you stay the course with your resolutions -- and best of all, they're free!
Making New Year's resolutions? At the website Stickk.com, people set a goal in a specific a time frame and sign a commitment
The beginning of 2010 is the time of the year when people make resolutions. If we don't keep them, we automatically suffer the consequences called low self-esteem, lack of trust, low confidence, low energy.