Tuesday, January 4

Why we break our New Years Resolutions


It is believed that the ancient Babylonians were the first to make New Year's resolutions, and ever since people across the world have been breaking them. The early Christians believed the very first day of the new year should be spent reflecting on earlier mistakes and resolving to further improve oneself in the new year.

So why do we break the New Year's resolutions that most people make? Are we all bad people that lack self control?

The answer is no, it is not because we don't have good intentions and it is not because we lack self control. The resolutions we make are often heartfelt and thought about for some time prior to making these on New Years Evening. The problem lies in the fact that what is not considered, is the plan necessary in order to execute the goals as well as the reality of actually being in a position to accomplish them.

I know it’s only the fourth day of the New Year, but that’s still plenty of time to fall into old habits and lose yourself in hopeless self-pity. But do not despair, oh easily despairing one! Here’s a worthwhile resolution that should be easier to keep: enjoy life more. According to a recent poll on the Internet, that’s one of the top resolutions. Don’t worry, Be happy. Carpe diem. Hakuna Matata. Do what you feel. Live free. Go out there and just start enjoying life. Have a birthday cake for breakfast. Climb a water tower. Throw water balloons at your ex. Just enjoy the little moments, and your whole life will start to feel better. Another feel-good thing? Buy that luxury you always wanted. Lease that BMW coupe. Buy that Mini Cooper. Was is that Chanel J12 Ceramic Watch? Or maybe that Casio G-Shock you were always eyeing but didn't think that you can actually rock that boisterous look? Well I'm here to tell you that you can. It's 2011, get with the program. Be a free spirit. Life is short, you may as well enjoy it! Indulge in what your heart feels like. And buying from Jomashop will make you feel good on two levels: get that luxury you always dreamed of and get it at a great discount. So buy today, and make yourself a resolution that you know you can keep forever!

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