Happy New Year!

At the beginning of each year, many of us take inventory of what we are doing and compare it to what we feel we should be doing with our time. We vow to add the “should do’s” to our schedules and eliminate some no-noes from our habits. This tradition of making New Year’s Resolutions stems from the belief that we have control over our choices.

Some have grown jaded through the years and sworn off the practice of making resolutions. “Why make myself feel guilty? I can’t change my circumstances anyway,” they say.

Others march forward. “This year will be different,” they decree. Yet statisticians claim only 15 percent of us keep our new year’s vows.

· Why are habits so difficult to change?

· Is it possible to have too many good priorities?

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