I'm always full of good intentions and going to change so much about my sad old self come the New Year. But of course, the nature of that beast is that my resolve doesn't last as long as it should, or even 1/2 as long as I would like.
By design my resolutions are doomed to failure it would seem.
I usually have a list of self-improvements to work on, 'less of this, more of that', is the general idea.
But, in spite of my best efforts or desires I am often thwarted before the first week is even out.
So why bother?
Maybe I should just try the George Costanza method instead. I can see the logic in that! Can't hurt can it?