Always – Forward This Season.
The holidays can be a time of enforced outward mirth when inside you’re just low or actually feeling depressed.
You might look back with regret on what you did or events that happened in your life or goals you didn’t achieve.
You can be grieving that your loved ones are gone too.
I received a generic holiday e-mail greeting:
“A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to You and Yours.”
Yes: A published writer dashed that off and they couldn’t come up with a more distinctive message?
The truth is the holidays aren’t often bliss–these days can be a burden to get through.
Which is why if you have a New Year’s goal or resolution like I do, you need to execute a plan with a better chance of success.
When the holidays are over, you don’t want to experience another letdown like failing to make good on a resolution.
Only maybe it’s not you–maybe it’s your method that hasn’t worked.
This is why I’ve decided to record my own resolution in here to give readers hope.
I’m going to share the 5 Steps of the Changeology method with you.
In the coming blog entry I’ll detail my own New Year’s resolution.