If you’re like me, every time the New Year rolls around, you make a beautifully organized list of the to-dos you want to accomplish for the year to come. Most of which are overflow from the previous year and year before that and are accompanied with a few new ones to fill the spaces of the ones completed. It seems to be the one time of year that I really focus on what I am doing with my life and what I want to accomplish. Maybe it’s because I can’t turn on the T.V. or get on any type of social media without hearing or seeing the phrase “New Year’s Resolutions.” My lists are always filled with things I want to do, places I want to travel and, of course, things that I think God wants me to accomplish.