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7 Rewarding Resolutions to Make This Year
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This looks very helpful!
thank you for writing this article. I really needed this.
This sounds a lot more fun than "I shalt not...."
I'm going to volunteer at a food pantry this afternoon (my second time - just started last week), and will be donating blood afterwards (only have one afternoon off work and the last couple weeks were busy.)
I have no definite plans for the weekend - might do some organizing around my desk, or try again to learn to cross-country ski. :) We've got plenty of snow on the ground.
Thank you for this positive article- it's much appreciated!
Love this article! Get Organized and Dream again.... ;-)
I like it. The first one to be used by me is organization followed by making vision boards and art work, exercise (big time), creative cooking and music.
Some really good ideas, and everything was so positive. Thanks.
Such an inspiring article! I'd like to add another resolution -- update your resume! Even if you have a job, it's always good to look back at your resume and add things that you've done in the last few years. I have to get mine in order because I'm applying for a job (that's my first new year's resolution), but I'm surprised at how old my resume is! It's nice to sit down and think about all the things you've accomplished in the past and to make note of it. Besides, if you're going to change jobs or looking for a job, it's wise to prepare!
Really enjoyed the positive focus of this article...plus it had some great ideas to start the NY off right!
Great and timely advice! Thanks!
Loved this. Mmmm..... Dream again. It seems that the more we "know", the more it limits our dreams. Thank you.
Great article! I especially like that each idea has suggestions for how to get started. Great comments too!
Great article! Thanks for specific how-tos.
Love this article! I've actually started doing a couple of those suggestions this year, and look forward to next year.
Some great ideas. I've already started organizing the house and dumping quite a few of the NG foods. Joined a group class that starts next week. I'm cleaning the office New Years Day so I can start the year fresh with a new attitude and some pumped up goals.
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