Do you make New Years Resolutions? Here are the top ten resolutions according to http://www.squidoo.com/newyears with # 11 thrown in for good measure..
The Top Ten Resolutions List
- 1. Stop Smoking
- 2. Get into a Habit of being Fit
- 3. Lose Weight – the Battle of the Bulge
- 4. Enjoy Life More.
- 5. Quit Drinking
- 6. Organise Yourself – this is one of the keys to reaching your goals
- 7. Learn Something New
- 8. Get out of Debt
- 9. Spend More Time With Family
- 10. Help People.
- Make those Resolutions stick! Set your Goals
So if you find yourself with any or a few of the above mentioned resolutions, You are in good company.
So how about a Library based resolution? My friend did the 52 book challenge. Reading a book a week. I do believe she was successful. I think, though, some took more than a week and some less, but by the end of the year she had done it. That may be too ambitious, but you can use any parameters you wish. How about reading some Pulitzer Prize winners from years past? Whatever your choice may be, we at the Library would be happy to help you achieve your goals. I will leave you with this beautiful poem by William Ward
This bright new year is given me
To live each day with zest . . .
To daily grow and try to be
My highest and my best!
I have the opportunity
Once more to right some wrongs,
To pray for peace, to plant a tree,
And sing more joyful songs!”
~William Arthur Ward~
Posted by Estel.