I'm wondering how your "resolutions" are going. I don't know about you but that word has negative programming in my brain. I hear the "resolution" and I feel "resolve" and almost a drudgery type sensation. I don't really know where that interpretation and emotional response came from but what it tells me is that I need to avoid using that word. Why use something that you know has negative connotations and will create a negative emotion in me? That sounds counter intuitive don't you think?
I think that's why I went to such lengths to come up with your plan of action for scripting your new year. I wanted you to be able to visualize what you are expecting and wanting to happen this coming year. It's like your own version of the "Bucket List" movie. But right now you're doing it for just a year.
Take a few minutes and answer honestly as to whether you're still following your resolutions or not. Have you "modified" them, perhaps? What's going on with them? How's it working for you? I love that expression because it implies that maybe you could revisit what you're doing and come up with something different or more workable for you. If it's working well, keep on doing it. But if it's NOT working well, then you should take a different approach. No sense repeating the same things over and over again hoping that at some point there will be a different result. That's just not going to happen.
If you made resolutions and didn't script out where you want to be by the end of 2016, take a few minutes now and write out how you're doing. If you're continuing on and have had positive results with your resolutions, then keep going on that track.
If, however, your resolutions have gone by the wayside, then try scripting what you want your year to look like. Write it out as if you're creating a Hollywood movie and it's going to have your favorite stars in it. Live it, dream it, create it!
Do it now, though! Here's a link to New Beginnings, Not Resolutions.
Think about this and take some action now.