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End of the Year Resolution Update!

Last year I made a few resolutions.  As expected I failed miserably (again).


-HAVE A BABY - This is my number one goal, but one that I have pretty much no control over.
  • I gave up on this one.  But that is okay, because sometimes you have to let go to move on.
-Lose 10 lbs
  • I actually did lose 5-10 lbs this year.  But then I gained it all back... and then some I think.  I don't know, Michael won't let me have a scale because I won't promise to only use it once a day (scales intrigue me and I tend to weigh myself before and after meals, before and after I go to the bathroom, when my hair is wet vs when it is dry.  I just REALLY like weighing myself.) and I have not been to Goodwill for awhile and remembered to weigh myself on a few different scales so I can see how much I might, possibly, probably weigh.
-Lose 20 lbs
  • Obviously a fail
-Lose 30 lbs
  • Epic fail
-Drink 2 glasses of water a day - Okay I am never going to get to 8 like I am supposed to, so two is a start.
  • Does the water used in making Dr. Pepper count?
-Keep my house clean(er)
  • I have actually been doing pretty good at this!  It isn't perfect, and probably never will be, because I am a messy person and I serve 3 meals a day, but it is very rarely embarrassing to have people stop by :)  I am going to give myself this one!
-Read the New Testament
  • I am about halfway through, but I guess there is still theoretically time to finish before the New Year.
-Read the whole Bible
  • Nope.  Obviously not, and I don't think I have time to finish this one.

I am probably going to have the same goals next year, maybe with a few new ones and getting rid of one or two.  

Did you make resolutions?  Did you keep them?  Any plans for next year?

Comments

  1. I hate new years resolutions. I mostly hate them because very few people actually accomplish them, and then they are depressed come the end of the year.
    I think I will make a couple/few this year, though.
    One:
    Get Gideon basically reading by Kindergarten (not novels, necessarily, but a little less of a struggle than present)
    Two:
    Have my business to be AT LEAST entirely self sustaining.
    Three:
    Become versed enough in my dulcimer to play Christmas songs, next Christmas.
    Four:
    Learn More Sign Language.

    It may be redundant... but I may do a blog about this after new years. ;)

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    1. I don't take them to seriously. I have a REALLY REALLY hard time being self-motivated to do anything, so I fully expect to fail.



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