Do you have any? New Year’s resolutions that is? To do, not do or to accomplish something? New Year’s resolutions date back to Roman and even Babylonian times. Early Christians would look back on the mistakes of the past year and resolve to omit them from the New Year. Nearly one third of all people make some personal commitment for the new year. However, a University of Bristol study showed that of the people who make New Year’s resolutions, 88% fail. Mine will not.
Here are a few that crossed my mind: Exercise more; Read more; Work less (wait. . . I’m retired); Play more golf (Senior Tour?); Travel more; Play my guitar more; Volunteer/be a better person; Eat healthier; But NEVER eat asparagus again . . . . . Best wishes to all for a wonderful, healthy and Happy New Year!!