The secret to successful New Year’s resolutions


Happy New Year! I hope your new year is off to a great start. Most of us like to begin the year by making resolutions. Unfortunately, most of those good intentions are quickly kicked to the curb because the resolutions are just too darn hard to keep. Do not worry, I have a solution! If you want to stick to your resolutions throughout the year, you just have to choose the right resolutions. You might be thinking, “Daisy, what are the correct resolutions?” I’m here to help!


You know all the usual resolutions to exercise more, get in shape, lose weight? Forget those! You have to make resolutions that will be fun to keep. Tops on my list of resolutions: Get more lap/cuddle time. You might think that this is a self-serving resolution, but you would be wrong. I’m actually making this resolution to help my Mommeh–I swear it’s the truth! Studies have shown that when people interact with pets, it can reduce their stress and depression, lower blood pressure, improve cardiac health, and researchers have even found that cat owners have fewer strokes than people without cats. No need to thank me for helping.


Next on my list of resolutions for 2016 is to eat more treats. I’m pretty sure this is a resolution that I will be able to stick with throughout the year, if I try my hardest.


I have an entire list of treats I would like to eat this year, but today I’m starting off with these Greenies SmartBites. This Digestive Care one is supposed to improve my digestion. Plus, since they’re called SmartBites, I am pretty sure they will make me smarter, too. Getting smarter is a great resolution!

Harley will never change

I hope these ideas are enough to get you started on your own resolutions for 2016. In case you’re wondering what Harley’s New Year’s resolution is, he has promised to continue being a maniac. And yes, he has also wisely chosen a resolution he can stick to throughout the year.

What resolutions are you making for 2016?

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  1. my resolution is to not pick celery out of my food and just plug my nose and eat it. I’m not sure i’ll be able to keep my resolution all year.

  2. Daisy you are a wise kitty! I will follow your advice

  3. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 10:30 am

    My Mommeh doesn’t like that stuff either. Too stringy!

  4. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 10:30 am

    You are sure to succeed!

  5. Hmm… Maybe Harley should eat some of those SmartBites, too? 😉

  6. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 11:05 am

    Tracy, that is a GREAT idea!

  7. We resolve to get more pets from Meowm! That one should be easy to keep! Thanks for the advice Daisy!

    And may we have, you are looking as beautiful as ever!

  8. da tabbies o trout tJanuary 5, 2015 at 12:33 pm

    meowloz daisy & harley…we solemn lee swear ta tell de trooth, de hole trooth….oh, wait, that wuz frum last week when we wuz in court…we resolve ta dizz burds…..24/7/366; even if its knot a leep yeer yet

    HAPPY 2015 two ewe both !! ♥♥♥

  9. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    More pettings is a great resolution!

  10. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    I will resolve to dis those pesky burds, too!

  11. My resolution is to keep on being a kitty!

  12. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 2:42 pm

    Good one, Summer!

  13. Very good resolutions Daisy! You are right, it’s all in the proper wording. We like your the more treats resolution. Those look good!

  14. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 5, 2015 at 4:50 pm

    Glad to help! I hope you have a happy New Year!

  15. Hi, Daisy! Greetings from Memphis, TN. Wishing you, Harley and your Mommeh a very happy and prosperous New Year!

  16. Excellent advice, Daisy. We think we can now finish our resolutions list. One is to visit our friends more. So we’ll start here! Hi Daisy and Hi Harley!

  17. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 6, 2015 at 8:52 am

    Thanks and the happiest New Year to you, too!

  18. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 6, 2015 at 8:53 am

    Hi ::waves paw::

  19. Good resolution tips, Daisy! We love the way both you and Harley think! 🙂

    Happy New Year to you both, and to Mommeh, too.

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