Skip New Year's Resolutions and Opt for Awareness

With the New Year fast approaching, we've come to expect some form of assessment of our deeds from the past year. Social media is already swarming with lists of resolutions, making promises for the upcoming year. Yet why do we do this to our selves? Is it to give us a "much needed push" or is it a way to skim over our deeds and provide a seemingly quick-fix solution? Personally, I never found the idea of resolutions to be very alluring. Mainly because they comprised of lists. And not easy lists--like grocery lists--but of lists that require me to-do. More. More things to-do. Who really needs more things to-do?! Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of things I'd like to improve, but I don't

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