With the year 2010 quickly coming to a close, many people have already begun putting together their New Year’s Resolutions lists. Many of these goals will include losing weight, eating healthier, and other popular ambitions, but sometimes these resolutions lack importance and life-changing qualities. Instead of listing trivial aspirations this New Year, try working on just one, life-altering resolution that will make 2011 a year to remember.
Knowledge is one of the most important things that a person can acquire over a lifetime. For those who did not have the desire or chance to complete their continuing education in Maryland, make this the 2011 New Year’s resolution. Universities across the country have made it easier for working adults to go back to school to get their degrees. They offer night classes and online classes that work around a working adult schedule so that courses can be completed at a reasonable pace.
The relationships that people have with their family members are also incredibly important aspects of life, yet too many families are ripped apart over trivial matters. If there are family members who have not been seen in years, make 2011 the year to reconnect and rekindle the relationships with those important people. Life is about forgiveness and moving on, so everyone should work to put the past behind them.
For every person, there is something that makes them feel uncomfortable or insecure. This 2011, step out of the comfort zone and try something bold and daring. For some, this may mean skydiving, and for others, this may mean writing a film manuscript. Getting past fears and blockages makes people into stronger and more interesting people.