As another year unfolds, it’s inevitable for us not to review the past. We look back and recollect our achievements and failures, happiness and sadness, as well as the kindness and mischief we did. We ponder on lessons learned and tend to list down things we must keep up, must improve, and must change. Then unknowingly, we had created a New Year’s Resolution.
Wikipedia defines New Year’s Resolution as a commitment that a person makes to one or more personal goals, projects, or the reforming of a habit. It is made in anticipation of the New Year and new beginnings. People committing themselves to a New Year’s resolution generally plan to do so for the whole following year.
As I asked some blog readers of what their New Year’s Resolutions are, Edz Gutierrez answered, “After I graduated from college, the New Year’s Resolutions stopped. Why? I just stopped preparing them. Maybe because a lot of them go unfulfilled anyway, so I no longer wanted to pressure myself into making a list and then breaking what I wrote in that list.”
My Blog Correspondents New Year’s Resolutions:
And for the blogger’s New Year’s Resolution,