With 2010 now begun, many of us are recommitting to New Year's resolutions based on a firm decision to improve the quality of our lives. If you have made your own personal promises - still an honored ritual at this time of year - how do you avoid another universal tradition - breaking them? We all know that it's easier to say you are going to give up a bad habit than to actually stick to your new plan.
You may have resolved to finally lose the ten pounds that have been plaguing you for years, to start an exercise program you can stick to, to let go of your self-destructive smoking, drinking or over-spending habit. Or, perhaps you're one of the 50% of Americans who vow to spend more time with family and friends in 2010. So where do you begin? And how do you increase the odds that you will continue? With a new decade, you have a clean slate, ready to take your dictation.
Click on the title above to take you to our HerMentorCenter.com article, New Year's Resolutions for Sandwiched Boomers. It gives you 9 ideas about setting New Year's resolutions to reduce pressures for members of the Sandwich Generation. And tune in this week as we give you some tips to help you accomplish your goals.