Every year, thousands of people sit down and think of several resolutions to make for the following year. They wait patiently for the next year to begin so that they can start eating healthier, start running, or reading more. The clock strikes midnight on January 1st and everyone commits themselves to their new resolutions. Some time goes on; some people form proper habits out of their resolutions and some people fall off the wagon. Either outcome is fine—that’s life—but we don’t need to restrict ourselves to a yearly cadence for self improvement.
Self-improvement is an iterative process so why make the iterative cycles a year long? Set your new year’s resolutions. Then set your January 2nd resolutions and your February resolutions. Don’t stop resolving to be a better you.