What is your New Year's resolution?

oteixeira, I am going to try the journal. That's a great idea!

@oteixeira wrote:

@ArkLaMissshopping, maybe try a gratitude journal. Each day at the end or near the end of the day write down what you are grateful for that day. At the end of the week it really opens your eyes as to how much you are just speeding by to get everything done that we need to do in our lives.

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As a gift to myself and not for New Year's, I bought May Cause Happiness. David Steindl-Rast is all about the gratefulness and the gratitude. Love this!!!!! grinning smiley

To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible. - Thomas Aquinas
I will be passing a book store tomorrow, I will pick it up. Thanks for the suggestion.

@Shop-et-al wrote:

As a gift to myself and not for New Year's, I bought May Cause Happiness. David Steindl-Rast is all about the gratefulness and the gratitude. Love this!!!!! grinning smiley

Shopping Arkansas, Louisiana, & Mississippi.
@HonnyBrown wrote:

I just threw out a bunch of bell peppers, jalapenos, potatoes and avocados. It's cheaper for me to eat out, especially when I have a food shop.

I usually buy my produce off the salad bar at the local stores. It’s fresh and cheap. I grab a few pieces of each thing I need (peppers, lettuce etc) and buy it that way. It’s cheaper and I don’t waste food.
@Capurato wrote:

@HonnyBrown wrote:

I just threw out a bunch of bell peppers, jalapenos, potatoes and avocados. It's cheaper for me to eat out, especially when I have a food shop.


Interesting idea! Especially when on holiday.

I usually buy my produce off the salad bar at the local stores. It’s fresh and cheap. I grab a few pieces of each thing I need (peppers, lettuce etc) and buy it that way. It’s cheaper and I don’t waste food.
@prince wrote:

@Capurato wrote:

@HonnyBrown wrote:

I just threw out a bunch of bell peppers, jalapenos, potatoes and avocados. It's cheaper for me to eat out, especially when I have a food shop.


Interesting idea! Especially when on holiday.

I usually buy my produce off the salad bar at the local stores. It’s fresh and cheap. I grab a few pieces of each thing I need (peppers, lettuce etc) and buy it that way. It’s cheaper and I don’t waste food.

Yea it’s inexpensive and cuts down on waste. If I need a few pieces of lettuce it comes out to about $0.14 and similar prices for peppers, onions, tomatoes etc.
That is an excellent idea! You get exactly what you need, and it's already chopped.

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
It is a little late for a New Year's resolution, but I will stop short of gloating when i happen to notice when this applies...

... adopting the principle of 'The customer is always right,' eventually hurts the business by demotivating employees, giving power to offensive customers, and also by creating bad experiences for the other customers. The key is to build the skills of the employees in making accurate decisions. Support them to do their best while dealing with customers without allowing the impolite ones dictate rules. - Entrepreneur

To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible. - Thomas Aquinas
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