I’m not making any New Year’s resolutions for 2020, but I am open to becoming a better person. I recently found some good suggestions in an article (13Ways to Be a Better Person in 2020) in The New York Times. Here are my favorites.
We could all use more time to just exist, to not be pushing to fix anything that’s wrong in our lives or the world. We should try to focus on what is right—for ourselves. Just Be.
Let Your Kids Fail
I shudder when I think of all the college-application-building activities kids do these days to demonstrate their near-perfection. Having evaluated thousands of graduate school applications in my work, I’d much rather read about how kids overcome setbacks.
Hug a Baby Boomer, or a Generation X-er (or anyone who sees life somewhat differently)
It is enriching to learn about challenges facing future generations or to share your own experience with a younger person
Buy Stock in Leggings
Leggings are great for everyone. Best thing since sliced bread.
Happy New Year!