Looking back, 2014 was a pretty great year for me, I have so much to be thankful for. We may not be super loaded but at least money was never an issue. We have a roof over our head, food on our plates and every necessity that is required for us to enjoy a decent quality of life.
It’s the last day of 2013 and I’m definitely looking forward to 2014 for a change. 2013 wasn’t fantastic but neither was it that terrible, however, it could have been better. Perhaps, this is why I will be looking forward to the new year. It would be a time to make peace with myself, heal the inner child and not spoil it, try something new and to stick to my resolutions. I’m still in the midst of listing my 2014 resolutions… 😛
Since we are on this topic, I thought I would share this. I happened to read in a recent survey among Singaporeans, that only 59% actually follow through with them. I must admit that I belong to the 41% that (despite their best intentions) do not really have the will power to fulfill their goals.
When asked what could help them fare better in 2014, 82% of respondents replied that they plan to seek the help of friends, family or their partners: