Listening to: Boyz II Men
Reading: This year’s reading list, because I resolved to do it!
Writing About: Next Year’s Resolutions
A little Background Info
- I have a pretty good track record with making and keeping New Year’s Resolutions.
I don’t say that to brag, even though I do think I am pretty awesome,
It is relevant because this post completes last year’s resolution.
Also, I wanted to brag.
- Looking back smooths things out, the bad bits sink (or rise..but I’m an optimist)
For instance, some years had multiple resolutions (side goals),
But I only documented the ones I completed.
Except for 2013, when I didn’t keep any.
- I like to feel challenged, that is the heart of these things.
To see if I am capable of doing things I think are good, or important.
The answer seems to be: sometimes.
Without Further ado
This is post #52 of this year.
Not exactly one a week, but I’m counting it.
Side note: If you set goals for yourself,
You are the score keeper and the referee.
It’s a pretty sweet position to be in.
Next Year I plan to:
Write 25 posts.
Because 52 was too many, but I did enjoy writing.
Finish my Reading List (linked above in the title)
Because I like planning what I read, and I read a lot more when I make a plan.
Lose some weight
I have a strategy, it’s simple and regimented.
But for whatever reason, it feels super obnoxious to outline this one.
Maybe because of the implied (but false) knowledge of nutrition/health/workout routines,
Maybe because it’s just a sensitive issue.
Anyway, i have a plan.
I wouldn’t say I am addicted to my phone in any way.
But in the last three months I have gotten more used to picking it up just to waste time.
Next year if I am not sending or receiving a text,
Sending or receiving a phone call, or
God Forbid: Checking a voicemail
I won’t pick up my phone.