Brad and I were discussing New Year’s resolutions yesterday. And I came to the conclusion that if you’re hard-pressed to think of a new New Year’s resolution, you should probably just keep doing what you’re doing because you’re headed in the right direction.
In theory a resolution is a stated goal that you want to complete within the next 365 days. Most New Year’s resolutions are focused on self-improvement, so once you’ve hit that goal keep it up. At least that’s how I am with anything I might resolve to do.
Thus, I have no new resolution this year. Just keep trying to improve myself.
Anyway, as the book of 2014 has been shut and 2015 offers the opportunity for many new words. But before I move on, I’d like to share with you the best of ProbablyRachel.com in 2014: Continue reading