This post is going to be short and sweet, because I’m determined to get back on a regular posting schedule. But! It’s the new year, which means it’s time to bring on a new me, with resolutions and what not.
Well, let’s be honest… the resolution game is not very strong. Especially with me. I tend to stick to something for all of a few days and then I slip up. Maybe my resolution this year should be to keep my resolutions. I wonder if that would work?
Instead of making a resolution that I’m not sure I can keep, I’ve created a list of resolutions that I think will do the most good for my well being:
- Do something, even if it’s just one thing, that scares me.
- Always find the joy in life, no matter the situation.
- Find a way to help others, in any way I am able.
I feel like I’ve already succeeded in the my resolution, as I dyed my hair purple. That’s right, you heard me, purple. Purple is my favorite color, and honestly I think it’ll help me be more confident… that is if I can convince myself to ever take off the hat.
Anyways, what is your new year’s resolution this year? I challenge you to make resolutions that you want to keep. I know the new year, new me stuff is kind of cheesy, but think about it: if you’ve been waiting for a moment to start a change in your life, why not start it now?
Until next time, Internet.
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