One year ends and another begins. We make balance about this year, we thought it was bad and we wish that next year will be much better.
It seems that human beings seek a special day in the year for special wishes: New Year, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s, Labor Day, birthdays, etc.. Maybe, our poor memory needs to identify a specific day to remember something special, besides promoting trade and make the economy flowing, when, scientifically, one day is one day, we call it A or B. But, curiously, that day A or B, something special happens. And it happens because we cause that effect: we make it occurs.
One of the things I like about New Year is that many people tend to reflect on how the year has gone, and begin to identify what things improve, making a list of wishes or purposes for the next year. This list contains wishes, dreams or goals to accomplish: lose weight, get a job, earn more money, be happier, etc. At the time of writing there is much hope and many good intentions. We start the year with enthusiasm and energy, but quickly, when attempts do not give immediate results, in most cases you lose that illusion and you end up abandoning. And there is nothing more disappointing than a dream abandoned.
I will provide you with a series of recommendations to create your list of wishes / purposes for the new year, as well as some tips to help you to achieve them.