You want to lose weight. Learn to meditate. Get out of debt. Eat more leafy greens. Call your mom more often.
But you’re afraid to really try, because of all the times you’ve tried before and failed. I meet plenty of people who refuse to make New Year’s resolutions for this reason: New Year’s resolutions can be a source of failure, year after year.
It doesn’t have to be this way! Check out this post for a quick start guide to setting a New Year’s Resolution that will stick. For a more comprehensive, science-based manual for changing your habits, get my free eBook here.
“Everything is calmer if things feel predictable.”
–Christine Carter from A Family Guide for Surviving the Summer
“What we learn with pleasure we never forget.”
Many of our children are graduating this month! My wish for my children and yours is that they look back on the past year with gratitude and forward with optimism for the future.
“Our unconscious mind is our best source of intelligence, communicating through intuition and bodily sensations, not words.”
–Christine Carter from This is What I Hope I Taught You
“Tiny ruptures in our relationships drive love and connection out of our lives.”
Christine Carter from How to Keep Technology from Ruining Your Relationships