“Change is hard. You probably noticed that.” James Clear
Does it seem odd to you that after declaring I hadn’t made any New Year’s resolutions I keep mentioning goals and now I’m writing an entire post about better and healthier habits? I don’t know; maybe subconsciously I did make a few resolutions.
It’s probably just semantics or more likely my history of failing, but in my mind, New Year’s resolutions have to do specifically with the new year, and I want my new goals and habits to be lifelong.
When I began writing Rehearsing RetirementTM, I vowed to be completely honest with you, my readers. I sincerely believe you relate to my struggles and failures. They allow you to see the real me. Only then are you truly interested in my strengths and successes and willing to consider my ideas as options in your lives. So today, I’m embracing embarrassment and telling you the truth. [Read more…]