The new year is just a few days away, so if you haven’t already, you might want to start thinking about resolutions, if you’re so inclined. Although I personally don’t bother these days, about half of American adults do, although that number is declining. One study suggests that about 55% of these resolutions are health-related, such as losing weight. It also points out that the majority of people don’t keep their resolutions.
Even before multiple sclerosis (MS), I wasn’t big on making New Year’s resolutions. If put on the spot, I’d be determined to do something, or do it better, but rarely did I formally “resolve” to accomplish a goal. I suppose the main reason then was that it wasn’t an emphasized tradition in my family. The main reason now is because goals require a plan, and MS makes planning nearly impossible.
Read more at: https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/columns/2022/12/29/taking-look-impact-ms-daily-life/