Traditionally, January is the time to start anew. We make a list of things to let go of and we make New Year's resolutions. There is even something called a "F**k It List." It's "the opposite of a Bucket List: a list of things you don't care about doing before you die instead of things you do want to do."
If the intention of setting resolutions is meant to create a more fulfilled and happy life, then why focus on what we don't want or what we need to change and fix about ourselves? Could this be the reason that only 8 percent of people actually achieve their New Year's resolutions? Wouldn't it be eas...
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