14 Resolutions for 2018 That We (Might) Actually Keep
Every day is an opportunity to become better versions of who we are.
We know New Year’s resolutions get a bad rep, and that’s exactly why we decided to post them – what better way to hold ourselves accountable? Every day is an opportunity to become better versions of who we are. Here are all kinds of ways our team plans to do so in 2018, from the hilarious, to the inspired.
“My resolution is to get a phone with better resolution.
No, scratch that. Okay, here we go: My new year’s resolution is not to make any new year’s resolutions. But wait! That IS a resolution! So by resolving NOT to make any resolutions, I’ve already broken the resolution! Or did I? Because it was a resolution NOT to make any, isn’t that really keeping the (non) resolution??? Oh, I’m so confused…”
“Ditto to Andrew. And, start my day earlier.”
“To find more balance, eat better and do something fun with my kids at least once per month!”
“To do the very best that I possibly can each day.”
“To plan ahead better and be on time!”
“To volunteer one day (or equivalent time) per quarter for different organizations such as the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and the San Diego Land Conservation Organization.”
“To react based on values and principle, not impulses.”
“To enjoy the little things in life.”
“To make new friends and find great adventures.”
“To visit a place I have never been.”
“To add the combination of walking around the bay and listening to audiobooks (I’m big on multitasking) to my weekly routine.”
“To train myself in three technical skills this year (could be anything; I love learning).”
“To be grateful, be kind, be myself.”