New Year’s Eve…and a little reflection

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http://joannjansen.com/cause-effect-essay/ In twelve hours, it will be 2016.  As always, when preparing for a new year, I like to look back on this year, and think about what I want to do better in 2016.

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click Other things in 2015 were not so great. My dad got more bad news and had more surgeries, and more hospital stays. We lost relatives we were close to.

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http://myscarlette.com/?p=present-business-plan In 2016, my oldest child will go to kindergarten. I will return to work and my baby will start daycare.

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Get Help Writing A Dissertation Need On a personal level, I hope to become better at spending money and I hope to manage my blood sugar. I want to cook at home more and eat out less. Most importantly, I want to unplug from all electronic devices and spend time with my family. I don’t really call them “New Year’s Resolutions,” so much as “areas where I want to improve.” Somehow, and this doesn’t make sense, I am more likely do them if I don’t call them “resolutions.”

get What about you, dear readers? How will you improve in the year 2016?

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