Today is the third and new years resolutions are being made left and right. I realized recently that I see my birthdays and beginnings of school years in the same way that people see New Years. And I have enough resolutions for now, I think. But I can’t discard that fresh, clean, brand new feeling that comes with a writing a new year by hand at the top of a journal entry.
So in this new year, I hope to bring more beauty into my life.
I hope to be more organized and more conscious of where my thoughts wander to and what that wandering does for my sanity and happiness.
I’ve set a limit of 45 minutes a day for social networking (oh dear) and I predict my Self Control app will become my best friend and my worst enemy in the coming months. The limit is to keep myself from fixating too much on what other people are doing with their lives and wasting time scrolling blankly through my Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest dashboards.
I’m thinking of training for another half marathon this summer. It seems to be the only way I can actually stay in shape.
I set a food and coffee budget for myself. No more impulse Two Story stops.
I will write down something I’m grateful for, every day.
I will learn something new each day, even if it is simply a new word from the dictionary.
I will organize my things every night!
I know, these sound an awful lot like resolutions, don’t they? Well, they’re actually stolen from this list, which my friend Amanda sent to me last summer. 100 days from my starting date will be April 11. Maybe I’ll improve my life a little at a time.
In Other News, Here Is A List Of What I Am Currently Up To
- Being ridiculously vain and playing with my chopped off hair every second my hands are free. And even when they aren’t. It’s amazing I didn’t dedicate an entire blog post to it.
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
- It’s been on my kindle for a year now. It’s about time.
(That’s Ingrid Michaelson)
- I like how sweet she sounds, like all of her songs are the secret things all girls think while in their rooms strumming a guitar absentmindedly. She just makes it sound prettier. I particularly like The Chain. I like all the voices.
- I’m missing that new shoe feel. I can’t consider training for another crazy half marathon without new running shoes!
There’s not a whole lot going on right now. I leave for Georgia in two days now and then the craziness will pick right up again.
Hopefully by then, I will only need one cup of coffee to get through my day.