I admit, each new year I write a list of 10 things I want to achieve in the year. Call it resolutions, call it my To Do list. I find this a great way to keep my life in check and ensure I work towards happiness and success every year.
There are some items that are taken from last year’s list and put on the this year’s list. I don’t shame myself for it, I just try to work towards this item again. I had one item make three New Year’s Lists before I actually completed it. It happens, and I completed it, and THAT made me happy.
So how do you put together your New Year’s Resolutions? How do you start a new year? In 2010 I did put on my list to give every day with my son and I have to admit we have not looked back since. 365give is a result of that one item, and I love that others have adopted this way of life. We are all changing the world together one give, one day at a time.
No matter how you choose to start off the new year, think about adding daily giving as one item that you can achieve this year. Why? There are so many good reasons why giving every day needs to be first on your New Year’s Resolution list.
The smartest New Year’s Resolution I made was in 2010 when I committed to give every day. I am better for it, the world is better for it and now thousands of people are also giving every day.
Are you ready to make giving your New Year’s Resolution? Sign up for a free 365give membership and start giving tomorrow. You won’t regret it.