Everyone has a New Year's Resolution... Guess what mine is?
Oh 2018... what a wonderful year you'll be. I can just imagine the awesome year that is soon to unfold. One thing about new years is that you can really focus on improving one aspect of your life. For me I need to find a gym in Norwalk and get there on a regular basis. I love going to the local restaurants, but I've realized that I need to shift that focus.
One way that I'm planning on getting in better shape this season is hitting the local attractions with the family. We're going to definitely head on over to the Maritime Aquarium, but I've also heard great things about the Switch Tower Museum and the Oak Hill Park. Although I might have to skip this year's clam festival.
What's your new year's resolution?
I know that most people I talk to are all about not having a resolution. This always seemed odd to me. Most people in business have a goal they'd like to hit in 2018 so why don't people have a personal goal they'd like to achieve as well. I know that I'd like to hire a couple new employees within the new year.
Anyways, it's getting late. I've got a full book of appointments tomorrow so I'll have to get some shut eye. Think about what your resolution could be and write something down. Motivation will surely come following the ball drop!
Norwalk, Connecticut is Truly Amazing!
Let's face it - Norwalk is a city unlike any other. Many people rave about the different cities in Connecticut from Stamford to Danbury, but no other city can compare to Norwalk. There are so many different things to do in Norwalk that you could be busy for days just trying to explore new activities within the city walls.
Norwalk is great for older people as well as the younger crowd. We all know that the young kids flock to SoNo for it's strip of bars and stellar nightlife. However, the older folks have a nice little town center of our own named Rowayton. There are no crazy bars in Rowayton like in SoNo and it's located right on the beach which makes it perfect for a nice stroll along the shoreline.
You really just can't beat Norwalk. We've got the best Aquarium in Connecticut to top the list! Sure, some people just love Mystic Aquarium, but more people from the gold coast won't drive that far east.
Name another city nearby that has a change of getting into the mix with our great city!
Darien... nope! (Darien is just a small town)
Stamford... close but no cigar.
Ridgefield... sorry, but it's just an overly hilly country town next to Danbury.
Like I said in the beginning there is no other city in Fairfield County that can rival Norwalk!