New Year’s resolutions serve many purposes.
Deciding what they should be helps you discover where your habits and lifestyle are guiding you to a healthier and happier you, as well as the areas where there’s room for improvement. They help you set priorities to bring order to life.
Perhaps most important of all, resolutions offer you a template for looking to the future with purpose and hope. They prompt you to set benchmarks for progress and set a schedule designed to get you where you’re planning to go. They give you peace of mind in knowing where to set your focus and goals as you look into the coming year.
So set your resolutions for 2022, even if it’s a couple weeks past Jan. 1. It’s good for you on so many levels.