Resolutions are meant to help us become better people. Unfortunately they often transform themselves into horrible nascent little guilt trips that we will endure every day that we remember to. So as you approach your harp resolutions make sure they work for you –
2. Define you resolution so that it is specific (don’t leave at “I will practice more” – make it “I will strive to practice for an hour every day” or “I will get up half an hour early to practice before I go to work”)
3. Make a concrete plan to implement the required work to achieve your resolution – don’t leave it to chance.