It is 2015. And people are reappearing, back into the moulds of accepted work-life balance, trying to get back to the mundane. The parties and celebrations are done with; even the hangovers are receding. The revelry that embodies the holiday season is dying down.
After all the binge eating and binge drinking and general binging, it is now time to ‘detox.’ And what better way to do so than make resolutions!
The New Year brings hope of a better life, new chances and newer opportunities to people. And they make their resolution, promises to themselves and others, of how they will change, grow, improve in the New Year.
Full of enthusiasm and positivity, we end up deciding how the new year will shape up to be much better for us, and how we will make sure to be instrumental in the process of self change. A few days of adhering staunchly towards our goal increases this feeling. And then, poof, everything goes pear shaped again.