I googled “Resolutions for 2019″ and got 778,000,000 results in 0.70 seconds.
A cursory glance offered advice from major newspapers, magazines, and media outlets. There were suggestions from motivational writers, political pundits and just ordinary folks. I saw ideas for financial resolutions. Retirement resolutions. Career resolutions. Health and wellness resolutions. And personal resolutions.
The reality is that most of the time our resolutions are broken, discarded or even forgotten before January ends. Continue reading