That's an interesting challenge and a cruel irony. Every year, starting with the gratitude of the Christmas season, I feel the pull to be a better person. I make New Year's resolutions like most people, caught up in the excitement of new possibilities. And then about mid-January, as the excitement wears off, I am left only with doing the work. In my case, it's almost always about my relationship with, or perhaps better said, my battle with sugar. And sugar almost always wins. Addictions–the habits we work against as we introduce new versions of ourselves–are patient. And they are always hunting.