The end of January is often a time of reckoning for those people who make New Year's Resolutions. If you are beginning to beat yourself up because you haven't kept your promises to yourself, perhaps it's time to take a new approach.
I like Elisha Goldstein's idea for a Mindful Strategy for a Resilient New Year much better than the old New Year's Resolutions. Resolutions hardly ever work, then we beat ourselves up, give up, and wait until next year to start over. It is not the resolution that is so critical, it is our ability to be resilient in the implementation of it. Read what Goldstein has to say, and give yourself a do-over for 2012.