How many of us already broke our New Years resolutions?  I’m sure at least one or more of those choices have been overruled by our need for instant pleasure or for a different decision.  

My New Years resolution was to not make any because I would have surely broke them all.  

That’s fine if you do and you can always start all over again the next day. 

Maybe start incremental steps as in 10 days without coffee, vaping, smoking, unsafe sex, or sodas.  Replace these with better habits like fruit juices, green tea, exercise, safe intimacy time (including cuddling) with your partner, and water.  Whatever it is take it one day at a time.  Then slowly increase the time you use to replace those bad or unsafe habits.  It takes around 30 days to change a routine or habit so be patient and ride it out.  

“You will consciously achieve only what you subconsciously believe.”

©Mark Adam Publishing 2017


As a proud graduate of California State University, Chico with an earned BA degree in International Relations, Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, and a past study abroad participant at the University of Tuebingen, education has always been up front and center in both our family and my professional career. My blogging project is an eclectic work in progress and intended to increase global awareness through selections and stories of my studies and travels. As future global citizens we can seek first to understand one another through word pictures and engage our collective creative intellects to change our community; one blog at a time.

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