Why I stopped making new year’s resolutions and make them in the summer instead

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Year after year, we make a big deal of New Year’s Resolutions. And the only thing that’s as certain as making resolutions is losing them several weeks later.

Why?

Because, if you think about it, January 1st is a terrible time to make resolutions in the northern hemisphere. It’s dark, cold, and the light…

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Writing about how to quit burnout without leaving your corporate job @ GrantGurewitz.com. Marketing pro, kayaker, and gardener in the Pacific Northwest.

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Grant Gurewitz

Grant Gurewitz

Writing about how to quit burnout without leaving your corporate job @ GrantGurewitz.com. Marketing pro, kayaker, and gardener in the Pacific Northwest.

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