Every year when Dec. 31 rolls around, people are inclined to take stock of the past year. Whether it was good or bad, we all tend to hope the coming year will be better.
For this reason, the New Year has become a time for making resolutions which can be a very good thing. People with goals and vision tend to be more successful than those who simply drift with the flow.
What are your goals for 2015? Do you have health, fitness or skin care goals you need to address? Are you wanting to remove stress from your life? Do you want a better relationship with your spouse or children?
Are you wanting to earn more money? Maybe you’d like to take a supplemental part-time job to bring in more funds or build a business of your own and be your own boss?
Perhaps most importantly is looking at our spiritual health and our relationship with God. Is your relationship with God as close as you want it to be? Is your prayer life as intimate and powerful as it should be?
This is the time to take stock again and set reasonable goals to help you achieve some or all of your goals in the coming year. What steps can you take to accomplish your goals for 2015?
The following links may help:
Top 10 healthy New Year’s resolutions
Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions for health & fitness from US Government
New Year, New You Skin Care
Top 5 Reasons to Launch This Business Before the New Year
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