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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments

Happy New Year
It's that time of the year again, when the year is ending, and I must say, what a year it was. A year filled with great things along with grievances. A year filled with good and bad, but thank God i'm alive and if you are reading this, you should be thankful to.

The end of the year is a great time to set new goals for your life, and draw a plan of what you want the coming year to be like. This is called a New year's resolution, and if you never heard of that, then please get out of your hole. Anyway I am going to share some of my steps in how I make a New year's resolution.

1. Firstly I reminisce along with some prays about all that happened in my previous year and what I think I could have done better. I look at some of my shortcomings in terms of achievements.

then

2. I use all the raw materials gathered in step 1 to create a well detailed vision of how I want to see the coming year in alignment with my purpose. This requires some soul searching.

then

3, I condense and summarize that vision into a few words that would define my entire goal for the year. This is usually unique to each individual because everyone is different. Agreed?

 lastly

4. I write it down and keep it in a safe place, that I see everyday. This can be a poster on my bedroom wall or my welcome message on my Blackberry.

There you go. This is the three ideal steps in making a new year's resolution. You need to keep in mind that every year is new opportunity for you to please God in whatever your purpose is. So don't blow it.

My new year's resolution, "Up every level of everything'

N.B. My new years resolution seems a  bit tacky and slightly impossible right? Well that's good, it provides a challenge, and even if I don't, at least attempting to would make a big difference. So challenge yourself with an out of this world New Year's resolution today.

Happy New Years