Year after year we make some very important resolutions. All are well intended, but at the end of each year we have many more regrets than goals met. As we get older the list simply gets longer and, if we’re lucky, some of us hold on to the desire to actually get through our list of resolutions. This year my list was cleared and was replaced with three important rules, rather than resolutions, to live by:
1. Get Healthy – this doesn’t mean to get pencil-thin, but to take good care of myself (mind, body and soul)
2. Be true to myself – I will not subject myself to people or places that do not serve to make me happy or enrich my life
3. Accept Life’s Brevity – Truly treat life as short and valuable and not wait for a life-changing event to help me see how quickly life goes by
If you remember nothing else, remember this, if life appears to be the same year in and year out and the people in your life change, but the outcomes don’t, consider what – or who – the common denominator is and change it!
CONSIDER AND APPLY!