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Her Point Of View Wire-bound Weekly PlannerA friend of mine doesn’t like to set New Year’s Resolutions that she knows aren’t going to happen, so instead she does what I jokingly call ‘hindsight resolutions.” She takes some time at the turn of the year to look back on the previous 12 months and think about all that she’s accomplished. I tried it last year, and it’s a real pick-me-up. After thinking about

I got my latest issue of Real Simple magazine, and like most months, I devoured it. My favorite article was by Amy Spencer on the topic of procrastination. I hate to admit, but I'm good at procrastinating. My favorite part was the section where Editor at large Danielle Claro held an unprocrastination day with a friend. She gathered all of those tasks that she had put off and made a day of completing them. Doing them with a friend made it a little easier and also made her finish her list.

Being fit was a “someday goal” I’ve always had for myself. But I never really pursued it. Last year, I had a shoulder injury and had to go for physical therapy. It was then I realized that if I didn’t take care of myself – now! – I would run the risk of having other injuries or ailments that would affect my life. Knowing I needed accountability, I joined a team fitness class and for the past eight months, I’ve been working with a trainer three days a week.