rosh hashanah resolution

Rosh Hashanah Resolution: The Year of Happiness

To gear up for the High Holidays this year, we’re asking our writers and readers for their Rosh Hashanah Resolution. Here’s one from Kveller writer Jessica Glassberg.

This will be the year of happiness. The year of learning. The year of appreciation. Appreciating our loved ones, our good fortunes and ourselves. The year of using up memory cards because we’ve taken so many pictures of those and with those close to us. The year of reminding ourselves to put the camera, cell phone, and iPad down sometimes and be IN the moment. The year of accomplishments without feeling overwhelmed. The year we stop Googling EVERYTHING and driving ourselves NUTS! The year we learn to take a compliment. The year of losing the baby weight, but not jumping off any high edifices if we don’t. The year of stopping procrastination in its tracks. This will be the year of love.

Got your own resolutions? Tweet them @Kveller with the hashtag #RoshRes.

Jessica Glassberg

Jessica Glassberg has written for Disney XD, The Screen Actors Guild Awards where her jokes were featured on E!’s, “The Soup,” EntertainmentWeekly.com, and Hollywood.com and was the head writer on the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon for 10 years, and performed stand-up on the show 5 times. She has had numerous monologues published for women, men and teen boys in the “Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny,” series for Hal Leonard books. And in addition to writing for Kveller, Jessica contributes to The Hot Moms Club, the satirical news sites: Reductress and AbsrdCOMEDY as well as the WordPress magazine Torque and the news site attn.com. Jessica is a mom from Long Island who lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter. For upcoming shows, clips and writings samples at:  jessicaglassberg.com and follow her on twitter at @JGlassberg

The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author. Comments are moderated, so use your inside voices, keep your hands to yourself, and no, we're not interested in herbal supplements.

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