As we flip our calendars to 2016, we make promises to ourselves that this year is going to be better than the previous. We say we are going to get in shape, eat healthier, quit smoking, help others, spend more time with family, etc.
Yes, looking forward, we see an opportunity for a fresh start. But as we look back, it’s apparent that some things never change.
Much like the year before it, 2015 brought us 12 months of break-ins, car accidents, fires, embezzlement schemes, and other unfortunate news events.