For most, New Year’s is a time to do one of two things. First, either reflect upon the past and be thankful for all that one has. And if you’re one of the many who don’t have much to be thankful for, then you look at what needs to be done to change this. And then, only then, do the resolutions begin: “I don’t like the way I look, I’m going to start taking care of myself–right after these beers.” “My job sucks. As soon as the economy picks up, (as if) I’m going to get a different job.” A list of resolutions, followed by an equally long list of excuses. Me, I’m sort of in the middle. I rememberContinue Reading