Every new year, people make resolutions. I have decided that I’m not making resolutions, but commitments.
A resolution is the act of finding a solution to a problem, a way of determining something.
However, a commitment is a promise to do something, a declaration to be loyal to something.
Resolutions look for answers to problems; commitments know the answer and do what is necessary to fix it. I know what my problems are and how to fix them. I need to improve my financial outlook and lose weight. Simple, right? Not even.
For years, I have sought out short cuts, long-term solutions, new ways of doing things, different ways of doing things, all kinds of stuff. I’ve bought pills, books, exercise equipment, cut household expenses, stopped paying for personal “luxuries”. I’ve tried it all. Recently, I’ve been exposed to a new saying that holds true for many different situations. “Some will, some won’t, some do, some don’t, so what!” None of the things that work or not mean little if I am not COMMITTED to making it happen.
More information will be shared as I go through this journey. I will share consultants, websites, blogs and other information as we travel on this journey together.
Check out: Healthy Heart Plus for information on the cleansing that I have decided to follow. The 52-week challenge is all over the internet, but I will repost fellow bloggers article also.
This year, I am COMMITTED to CHANGE – One Day at a Time! – starting with two (2) things – the 52-week Challenge and a 30-day cleanse. In order to remain accountable to my commitment, I share it with you.