Friday, January 29, 2016
Friday Freebie: Reframing New Year's Resolutions
If the answer is, "not so great," that's not so bad -- at least according to Dr. Samantha Boardman. Dr. Boardman thinks New Year's resolutions are made to be broken, and that broken resolutions can actually be an important part of progress. In addition, she says that tying resolutions to one particular day can actually be self-defeating.
As someone who's made progress on her resolutions, but is still falling short, I'm happy to hear that. How about you? Ready to revise those resolutions?
I hereby declare February 1st Resolution Revision Day! Please pass the champagne.