As we already enter into the second month of 2019, I cannot help but reflect on a Lifeteen blog article I recently came across discussing New Year’s resolutions.
It was only a month ago that we rang in the New Year. The time of reflecting on what happened in 2018 and dreaming of what 2019 has in store. It was the time for creating your New Year’s Resolutions in the mindset of “New Year, New Me”. Creating resolutions is great and very important because it reminds us that we can always better ourselves as students, children, parents, teachers, and overall human beings. However, it is also known that resolutions have a notorious reputation of also being forgotten about.