So I’ve realized that people go about their resolutions all the wrong way. Listing them out, making some crazy prediction for the YEAR – when most of us can barely accomplish something in just a day. I’ve actually gotten a lot done and it hasn’t been because I was looking at my list. I just made it a point to be productive every day – in whatever big or small task that meant. Basically, what I’m saying is, F YOU list. Look at what I’ve gotten done. Some of it just so happened to be part of that list in my last post…
No Starbucks since three Mondays ago [seriously, this is huge] Eating mostly unprocessed food
Cooking at home [like every night – who am I anymore??] Setup long-term savings acct [adulthood] Created budget for 2015 [extra-adulthood] Shred all credit cards [BOOM.] I’ve worked out almost 10 days into the new year
Finished temporary website – and it’s mildly responsive, cool!
Updated resume, LinkedIn, Twitter
Haven’t had beer for almost a month [does this mean I have to trash my beer-snob tank?! – no.] I’ve been blow drying my hair more [considering my new years started off with some heartbreak, I know all girls can feel me on this.]
So I think I’m going to go about my resolutions differently. Maybe one goal for the week. While I still continue to maintain these other habits. That’s a lot of work for a person.
Goal this week? Follow up with Comcast on cancelling my cable. I called last week, but apparently this isn’t going to be as easy as I thought. Second goal – start a Treehouse course.
I’ll end my post with a few gorgeous pictures of the newly renovated Hermann Park. Talk to y’all on the flippity flip.