Mistakes define us as people, and we make thousands of them throughout our year. It is because of all these countless mishaps and wrong turns that New Years Resolutions are so very necessary.
I love the idea of New Years Resolutions, and I usually make a few every year, but I never follow through with them. I either forget by February or realize how stupid they are due to my hyperactivity and forgetfulness. This time will be different though, I swear. Because they will be on here. Public. For everyone (the five of you) to see. I won’t forget about my lovely blog for a while, so I’ll always remember them.
So ha, hyperactivity and forgetfulness. Ha.
There are two main kinds of New Years Resolutions. There are the sort of vague kinds, such as “I will be a better person.”, and there are also very specific ones, like “I promise to stop eating chips at 1 in the morning and will exercise from 4:30 to 5:30 EVERY DAY.” I will probably be making both kinds.
#1: Make every day a good day.
#2: Have a set schedule of things to do. Do them.
#3: Pay better attention to things around you.
#4: Learn the art of rhetoric.
#5: Learn how to play the Ukulele
#6: Do something crazy in a public place. Something that has to do with said ukulele.
#7: Upload at least one youtube video.
#8: Learn how to improvise. Write a song.
#9: Never say no because you’re afraid what other people might think.
#10: Learn how to stop procrastinating.
There’s probably more, and if I think of them I’ll post another list.
Here’s to a magnificent New Year!