I'm not sure that there has ever been a year that we have been more excited to put in the rear view than 2020, am I right? Remember 2019 going into 2020 when everyone was making their resolutions and talking about their #2020vision ? In retrospect knowing how the year actually went for most of us, that's just hysterical.

But here we are on the verge of another new year as the sands of time seemingly slip ever faster through the glass. So what do we do before we ring in the new year? We make promises to ourselves that we know we'll never keep. Okay, I'm just kidding... lots of people are actually able to stick to their resolutions, I just don't happen to be one of those people.

This morning during the Moose Morning Show we asked listeners to share their New Year's resolutions with us and we had quite a wide array of answers. We had several of what  I would call the 'usual responses' such as losing weight, eating healthier and quitting smoking. But there were also some good ones in there like catching up on finances and even buying a house!

One of my favorite responses was from someone who  said they stopped making resolutions years ago. This is a comment from Karen Brennick Ayer from the 92 Moose Facebook page, "I stopped making resolutions years ago. I kept letting myself down, which was a crappy way to start the year. My new goal for the end of 2020 is (see what I did there, I can screw up this year, it's ok), to work on my debt. We have a lot of credit cards and I'd like to pay off and get rid of at least half of them and get caught up on the bills we fell behind on while my hours were reduced at work this year.
Good luck, everyone with your resolutions. May 2021 be better than 2020.
Stay safe, have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year."


What is your New Year’s resolution?

Posted by 92 Moose on Wednesday, December 23, 2020



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