Are you like the millions of Americans who, year after year, make New Year's resolutions that they don't keep? Have you made a vow to lose 25 pounds, exercise four times a week or save monthly for your retirement?
Noble goals - but do you keep them past the end of January? More crucial than setting broad goals is setting achievable ones and then putting them into practice.
As 2008 begins, we're going to focus on how, as Sandwiched Boomers, you can make your resolutions work for you. By tomorrow, all you need to do is take a few minutes of quiet time, reflect on the biggest challenges you're facing and write them down. We'll take it from there.