Happy New Year

I don’t usually make resolutions, as I know I’ll either break them or have forgotten them by the end of January. However, I had already been talked into doing so over at Sidepodcast.com, so I thought I might as well share my three very simple resolutions for 2009.

  1. Try and stick to a Wii Fit schedule. I enjoy it when I do it but quite often forget and only remember when I’m tucked up in bed.
  2. Be a bit more house proud. I spend a lot of time in the one room – office – and often leave the rest of the flat to ruin. I want to pay more attention and try and keep things “nice”.
  3. Stick to one kind of to-do list. In my endless quest to find the ideal to-do list, I have spread my tasks all over the internet, the desktop, and my notepads. If I stick to one, then at least I’ve got a central place to adapt to my needs.

Like all good resolutions, you should just start them when you think of them, rather than waiting for a specific day. I have already been mindful of these in the last two weeks, but I think January will be the real test.

Nevertheless, have fun making your own resolutions, and welcoming the new year in if you are doing so. All that’s left to say is Happy New Year.

3 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. I decided that this year I wouldn’t make any harsh resolutions that start from the 1st January, instead compile a list of things I would like to be different and use January to make the changes that lead to my ultimate goal…

    One of which is to take more care of my lovely flat – so I’ve decided to use New Years Day and Friday to blitz the flat – cleaning products at the ready! – And hopefully remember I took the time and effort to change it so it’s worth keeping nice… If that makes sense!

    Unfortunatley, when I decided to write everything down to document it – it turned out to be quite long…

  2. Unfortunatley, when I decided to write everything down to document it – it turned out to be quite long…

    There’s loads I could say, but I figured it was easier to start small… and with things I’m already doing. 🙂

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