How to Make a New Year’s Resolution – and Stick to It

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How was your Christmas? I had a good one. The next holiday on the calendar is not just a day, but the new year. 2019 is right around the calendar. Turning the page for a new year is a big event. Even if you just stay home and watch TV, a new year is always a chance to start fresh, start new, and enjoy the positive change that a new year could bring.

Are you making a New Year’s resolution for 2019? Maybe you haven’t even thought about it, and you’re still reveling in the fun of Christmas. But, it’s my opinion that the more thought and planning you put into your resolution, the more chance you have at making your resolution a success.

And maybe this year, if you haven’t made a resolution yet, that’s a good thing. Because, in my experience, if you want to make a New Year’s resolution and stick to it, you might want to begin first by creating your resolution a little bit differently than most people do. Check out my tips here.

 

 

EASY Last minute Christmas gifts

Today is December 17 – Christmas is roughly one week away! And believe me, I do enjoy my plotting and planning when it comes to gift giving for the holidays.

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Photo courtesy MBisanz via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.

It’s all in good fun, of course, planning what to buy and what to give, and maybe even sneaking in a gag gift here or there.

But sometimes the days just sneak up on you and before you know it, you’re in a position where you’re trying to figure out what to buy at the last minute. Maybe you’re not even buying a last-minute Christmas gift – maybe you’re celebrating Hanukkah a week or so late – pushing out a get together after the actual celebration has passed, and you STILL haven’t bought your gifts!

So, if you’re in a pinch trying to figure out what to buy, check out these easy last minute Christmas gifts that could work for several people on your list.

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