Reflections for the new year

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Today’s word of the day aligns with the meeting theme, New Year’s Resolutions. How will you go about making and keeping resolutions for this year? Holstee has made a reflection worksheet available, the first I’ve seen for 2016. If you know a set of guidelines, please tell us about it in a comment.

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12 responses to Reflections for the new year

  1. mikeschultz – Author

    Emily McDowell explains her approach to New Year’s—she writes a word of the year instead of resolutions.

    Do you do resolutions? I do a word of the year to focus on instead of specific resolutions, because after 38 years of not losing 20 pounds, I’ve learned that way works better for me. Writing a blog post tomorrow about my word for 2016. // And speaking of resolution-like things, I’ve always liked this card’s take on it. Maybe you didn’t get to holiday cards this year– this one’s for you! Thanks for the pic, @rps_heather – if you’re near Charlottesville, VA, check out Rock Paper Scissors!

  2. mikeschultz – Author

    What are resolutions for, if not to be broken?

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