Chaddy needs some new shoes. This got me thinking, which is not uncommon for this time of the year. How many times have you made resolutions for the New Year? How did that go? (Grumble, grumble.) Right?
I stopped making New Year’s resolutions (that is so 1999!) a long time ago. In practice, though, every year I do a mental inventory of the past year and what’s to come.
But the last thing I need are more line items on my to do list. Resolving comes with so much pressure – consider the definition:
Holy cow, man! I can only do so commit to so many “into’s”. My chiropractor is not fond of being reflexive. And let’s face it, not much is truly conclusive. Instead, I “re-solve” – consider this definition:
Ahhhh. That’s better. Simplify. Deconstruct. Focus. Habits, life’s important moments, decisions – they should all be part of a grand methodto provide meaning and explanation to life’s big question. That’s what it’s all about, right?