New Years @mervmcq
The ball has dropped, and the confetti has been swept away. In general, many are getting their “resolutions” together. Personally, I have skipped over this tradition because on average, resolutions only hang on for about six days, not long enough to become a thing of habit. Of course, it would be lovely to wake up January 1st and become this brand-new person but that strike of midnight holds little to no magic. Instead of writing out a list and checking it twice, like a grown-up version of a Christmas list, I chose one good habit to master.
For the year of our lord Twenty-Nineteen, I have chosen to simply schedule my time, because it will not make or break me if I happen to miss a day. On any given day, being aware of your time, whether jotting down in a planner, setting alarms, or keeping a mental schedule, it will bring order to an otherwise chaotic world.
This year, we hope that you work on living your most successful life and schedule some time with us.
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