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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Shmoozin with Susan - Setting Personal Goals for the New Year

Shmoozin' with Susan - Occupational Therapist

Greeting the New Year

Setting Personal Goals

Many people enjoy ringing in the New Year and use it as a time for reflection and a time to look toward the future. However for many, it can be a difficult time as they are faced with challenges that impact their lives and uncertainties for the future.

As we look toward the year ahead, we have a tendency to set resolutions, to look at things we can do differently to better ourselves and/or others. For me, setting resolutions was something I would try to do annually but I was finding that most of the time they seemed to be the same ones. At one point I decided to create ‘rollover resolutions’…..why try to set more when in all actuality, they were just the same old ones said differently! Now I’m approaching this in another way, I have substituted resolutions with personal goals.

Read balance of Susan's Story - Click here - then scroll down on her page to find this story.

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