Posted by: Kelley Dees | December 27, 2010

New Year’s Resolutions

Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions this year? New Year’s Day is just a few days away, so if you’re planning on making any resolutions, now is the time to be thinking about it! Today, we’re going to discuss three reasons to make resolutions!

  1. The act of making resolutions cuts through denial: Resolving to make changes forces you to cut through denial and acknowledge areas in your life that need adjustment. Acknowledge your successes from the previous year and focus on habits that need improvement.
  2. Resolutions turn you into an active participant: We should all play an active role in our health and well-being. To be effective, you must be willing to learn new skills and modify old habits as you gain insight and maturity.
  3. Resolving to change expands what you think is possible:When we use our imaginations, we expand the scope of what we ourselves believe to be possible.

So get out your pencil and paper. Begin a personal examination of your life and habits. Take time to identify the things you’d like to change, being sure that these things are changeable. I’m 5 feet 9 inches tall and I will never be 6 feet tall, no matter what resolutions I make! Keep ’em realistic!

Be creative in your resolutions! This is the time to take assessments and make adjustments wherever you would like! Later this week, we’ll discuss ways to stick to these goals and make lasting changes! Keep an eye out for our next post on Thursday!

This information is provided courtesy of the Wyoming AgrAbility Project. For more information, visit our website or call toll-free at 866-395-4986.

This information is adapted from Gabby Reece’s Honeyline: Three Good Reasons to Make New Year’s Resolutions.



  1. Very interesting. Thanx!

  2. Thank you for the blog.

  3. Thank you for reading it!

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