After the last piece of pecan pie is inhaled, and the holiday leftovers leave you pinching more than just an inch, it’s time to make some New Year’s resolutions. Throw out the sweets, eat more fish and salads, and no more late night munchies while watching David Letterman.
Like most people, one of my New Year’s resolutions is to eat smaller portions of healthier foods. One of my downfalls is taste testing what I prepare. It’s no fun to bake cookies without licking the bowl, not to mention taste testing a few hot from the oven. Sauces require testing just to make sure you have your ingredients combined correctly.
One more resolution I have is to keep contributing to the household income. You never know when an emergency may arise. One year when the bank account was dry, and we were holding things together with a wing and a prayer until payday, a windy storm rolled in and toppled the back fence.
Of course personal growth and growing my coaching business are also high on my New Year’s resolutions list.
What are your New Year’s resolutions, and how will you reach your goals? As always, please feel free to leave comments.