Sunday, January 13, 2013


In the United States, many people make "New Year's Resolutions".
a resolution is a promise to do something new or better. 
So at this time of year, many people have thought about the past year,
contemplated about their lives and their dreams and goals,
and made promised to themselves to make positive changes that will lead them closer
to the life they hope for.

Of course, it is much easier to SAY you will do this or that, or stop doing this or that,
but KEEPING your promises is a bigger challenge. 
Therefore, the media is saturated with tips and comments by psychologists 
to help us keep our New Year's Resolutions.

First, let's look at this year's top resolutions:
1. Eat healthy
2. Exercise more
3. Drink less (alcohol)
4. Learn something new
5. Quit smoking
6. Volunteer
7. Save Money
8. Get organized
9. Read more
10. Enjoy more of life

Did you make any New Year's Resolutions? If you did, what were they? How do they compare to the list above? If you didn't, think about it now - is there something you would like to do differently in 2013? 

However you spent the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013, I hope you are ready now for a new year with lots of new experiences and challenges. I hope that your studies go well at Ball State University and that you find something new and exciting here in Muncie in this new year!

HAPPY 2013!!

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