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Cut Yourself Some Slack! Ten Good Reasons to Break Your Resolutions
Posted: 1/2/2012 | Giggling Buddha Comments
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We’ve all done it. We start the New Year with the best of intentions. We resolve to be healthy, frugal and loving. Within a few weeks our resolutions are cast aside and we feel guilty and resigned.

Take heart! There’s always a sunny side to a broken resolution.

Here are ten positive ways to look at it: 

10.
You saved a ton of money by not     purchasing “skinny” clothes!
9.
Your newly remodeled kitchen would have made the rest of your house look dingy.
8.
Your new yoga mat makes a handsome dog bed.
7.
Organized? Shmorganized! Running around the house looking for keys is exercise!
6.
You’ve really developed your “napping practice.”
5.
All that reading would have made #6 impossible.
4.
A J-Lo butt would have meant a disturbing wardrobe alteration.
3.
Your house sparkles from your efforts to avoid writing that novel.
2.
Lapsed gym membership? More time for Facebook and Twitter!
1.
Release what needs to go in one year and out the other …

Seriously, may your New Year’s resolutions be a great time to review your life with personal honesty and kindness, setting goals for your deepest hopes and dreams. Then open to the possibilities and release any harsh expectations. When you align with your deepest/highest Self, your greatest choices reveal themselves. 

 
Happy New Year!
 



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