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Welcome to the New Year — Now Listen to Your Body

Why overly ambitious New Year Resolutions are out of rhythm with the season

Top spiral bound graph paper with “New Year’s Resolutions” in all capital letters and red ink is written across the top. Small doodles of stars, hearts, and smiley faces in different colored ink surround the title. Below this, many pages have been ripped out, revealing a page with the following written in black ink: “1. Quit Making New Year’s Resolutions”
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Ever make New Year resolutions only to fall short of reaching your goals? You’re definitely not alone. Maybe you tell yourself you’re just lazy. Maybe you think you need to push yourself harder in order to make this year the year of big changes

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Maia D. (they/them)

Maia D. (they/them)

Creator, Convivial Culture | Professional Dabbler | Disability Justice + Mental Health Activist | "Artist" | RPG Novice | M.A. Bioethics | Cleveland, OH