Updated: Aug 28, 2019
The New Year is an opportunity to take stock of our lives and of our community.
For many of us, we reflect on our habits — good and bad — and make decisions about the ways we want to challenge ourselves in next 12 months. Perhaps we will go to bed earlier, read more books, learn a new language or write more letters. Each personal resolution we make is to help us move more into ourselves; into being the person we know ourselves to be.
We can also make community resolutions. We can make personal decisions about what we want to challenge in our community and how we want to enact change. Through our personal resolutions, we can help move our communities into the places we want them to be.