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Journaling Prompt – New Year’s Resolutions Series – Step 4: Choose

December 23rd, 2009 by Avital
New Year’s Resolutions Series – Step 4: Pick
[Photo by: Dudley Carr]

This is the last step in making effective new years resolutions. Last but certainly not least.

One of the main problems in following through with the list of resolutions is going after too many resolutions and starting off the year with an unrealistic expectation that will nip any sense of accomplishment in the bud.

Dream far. Wish for the stars, but do not spread your attention too thin. Even a simple resolution such as relaxing more is time consuming and by pairing it with a million more resolutions you destine yourself to fail.

Step 1

Reminisce.

Step 2

Contemplate.

Step 3

List.

Step 4

Go over the list you compiled last week and choose. between one to five resolutions to stick to in 2010. Make it a realistic list. Make sure all the resolutions are feasible and can be done in a course of a year.

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One Comment to “Journaling Prompt – New Year’s Resolutions Series – Step 4: Choose”

  1. melissa says:

    Thank you so much for these suggestions. I googled “new year’s resolution journal prompts” and this gave me exactly what I was looking for. I’m facing 2012 with intention and optimism. This is an awesome compilation :)

    I also really loved the New Year’s Resolution series you posted in 2008. Some creative ideas! I’m going to make a poster of my “Action” resolutions.