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Resolve or solve?

standard January 6, 2012 Leave a response

I took a moment during the plane ride home from Chicago to think about new year’s resolutions.

Kiss more, laugh more, be silly more often. Cook from scratch a few more times a week, try to clean a little more often. Get organized already. 

The things that could improve on came fast and hard, eagerly supplied by the ever present Egmos who so loves to show me my shortcomings. More things that I could stand to work on popped into my head.

Gripe less, think more positively. Stop procrastinating so much. 

My list grew, and as I sat there, pen in hand, looking down at this list that focused on all the ways I was failing myself and my family, I pondered a phrase I’d glimpsed on Pinterest about choosing to solve rather than resolve.

Tempting concept, right? And yet, it’s flawed. Resolutions tend to be about ways to improve yourself, solutions tend to be about how to change the world around you. If there’s one thing I’ve learned this past year it’s that you really can’t change the world around you, you can only change how you perceive it.

That said, I’d rather not start the year out by focusing on all these negatives. All things considered, I think I’m doing pretty darn well. My house is a mess, my kids aren’t always clean, I might not always complete my to do list, but those are just details. We laugh, we smile, we hug each other. We fill each other’s buckets on a daily basis and we spread that love, respect, and support all around us. What’s a little dirt in comparison to that? 

In light of that I’m scrapping that first list of resolutions and embracing this one simple one that’s inspired by how I’m choosing to see this past year.

What’s your New Year’s Resolution?


(Have a resolution to share? Come share it at the first Kick in the Blog prompt post of the year!)

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