Year after year I hear people say the say same things…
- Lose weight
- Save money
- Set New Goals
- Pay off debt
- Quit smoking
- Quit drinking
- Quit gambling
- Find a new job
About 20% actually follow through with their resolutions while the other 80% do good for the first two weeks. Sounds great on paper but with day-to-day living its gets harder to maintain and old habits slowly begin to surface. In all reality, there is no need to make any list. Make the changes throughout the year as you see fit. Don’t wait until January 1st. It’s like those people who start diets on Monday. Why? Why not just start it the day after you decide you need a change. It’s not going to make a difference. To each their own. 😉 My motto: New day, clean slate.
It’s a New Year, Fresh start, to do it all over again or another chance to get it right.
What are some of your traditions? Perhaps…
- Eating 12 grapes (one for each month)
- Walking around the block with your suitcase for fortune and much travel.
- Red undies for love
- Yellow undies for money
- and so many others…
No matter how odd and wacky these traditions seem to us, these customs share an optimism that’s pretty hard not to appreciate. Do you and your family have any odd traditions? #thinkaboutit
Live it up, drink it down but be safe!
Happy New Year! – Feliz año Nuevo! – Felice Anno Nuovo! – Bonne année – Xin nian yu kuai – Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu -Eutychismenos.
Until tomorrow… Peace & Love xox