New Month Resolutions

It’s the start of a new year, and people all around the world have either already made their New Year Resolutions (NYR), are making their NYR, will be making their NYR, or will not even bother.

Who knows what category you fall under, but this post isn’t about NYR (well, it is, but NYR isn’t the focus), it’s about NMR.

New Month Resolutions.

I am terrible at New Year Resolutions. Have I even complete any resolutions I started? Can’t remember. It’s not something I tend to keep track of until it’s time to make a new one.

And that’s the problem.

Most of the world create goals for the whole year. That’s twelve months to forget that huge life-changing goal written on a piece of paper.

So I’ll be making a list of NYR, to guide my smaller list of NMR. Just going to start small, and gradually work my up to something life-changing.

 

Example: one chapter a day (7 chapters a week)

January – one chapter every week

February – three chapters every two weeks (1.5 chapters a week)

March – two chapters a week

April – five chapters every two weeks (2.5 chapters a week)

May – three chapters a week

June – seven chapters every two weeks (3.5 chapters a week)

July – four chapters a week

August – nine chapters every two weeks (4.5 chapters a week)

September – five chapters a week

October – eleven chapters every two weeks (5.5 chapters a week)

November – six chapters a week

December – seven chapters a week

 

The advantage of having a New Month Resolution would be that it will be checked monthly instead of once a year. That’s more chances to make a new start.

Something I hope I can do one day when the new year starts and I need to face my resolutions again.

And hopefully more chances to do this when I have to face my resolutions again.

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Posted on January 1, 2016, in Random and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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