There are a slough of resolutions out there. About the time I was starting the design of this website, I came across this "21 suggestions for success by H. Jackson Brown, Jr and popped a copy of it into a folder under my computer. Also, this week I heard on the radio the announcer saying that the reason most resolutions do not work, statistically, is because they are self-centered. He challenged the listener to do the resolution for the benefit of someone else.
Maybe you could use a paradigm shift in perspective. I challenge you to be "intentional" with your time. Choose one item from the list and tweak it in such a way that the outcome of you completing that resolution is for the benefit of someone else.
Yes- I had a tiring year but when I look at the year in terms of parenting, I realize I had to be "intentional" in emotionally letting my kids adventure out beyond the bubble of their hometowns and my protection. Yes- I have a busy schedule at work. I must choose how urgent the request is and balance that with the deadlines while keeping a childlike faith. Yes- I could choose a website on zombies and get a slough of followers or develop a website where I may get one viewer and that is ok… because this website was never about numbers. Or zombies.
A person who searches for depth and beauty in the simple things.