But as much as I love planning, I dislike New Year's resolutions. Why, Penny, why? I love the thought of achieving a new goal or being better. I think the thing that irks me/Penny is that it's an event for so many people. Like the only time they can resolve to do something is at the end of the year or beginning of the new year. I get it, it's a new year, a great time to reset, or start anew. I'm not anti-resolution at all. But can we make it less of an event, please?
Personally, I've amended part of a work plan, and after thinking about it for a couple of months, I want to do more fun 5Ks or maybe a 10k. I'll write these goals down and reassess ocassionally and see where I want to go next. But with any goal or resolution, YOU have to want it for YOU, not because it's January 1. Time has a good little article about resolutions that might work but the reason why I thought it is worth sharing is that it's more than a commitment than just on January 1.
And with that, go forth and resolve...or not.