2012 was a year of change. Change is good! Here are some changes to make in 2013.
Here’s to 2012, a year in which things will happen!
It’s 2011! Only one year until the apocalypse. Let’s all make the most of it.
I’m pleasantly surprised to see that I managed a 50% success rate on last year’s resolutions, for which my hair and fingernails are very grateful.
I’ve been forgetting to put up my New Year’s resolutions, and we’re nearly three weeks into 2009, which means that if punctuality was one of said resolutions, then I would have already broken it.
Since 2007′s resolutions went so well, I’m not going to bother with new ones for 2008. I’m just going to keep working on the unfinished business from the previous set.
Some personal to-dos for the year 2007, sorted from most to least concrete (that is, from most to least likely to be kept).
After going a measly 2-for-7 on my resolutions for 2005, I’ve given up on making any for 2006.
I had a Sixteen Candles moment this morning, staring at myself in the mirror and trying to figure out if I looked any different.
This year, I’m giving up on vague directives and sticking to easy, well-defined goals that I can actually achieve.