I’m always on the fence when it comes to creating resolutions for the beginning of the new year. They’re always promising in theory, but in actuality, it’s a conduit for disappointment and they eventually turn into these unrealistic goals that we create for ourselves. Afterall, 3 out of 5 people drop their resolutions by June.
Rather than dictating what needs to be done, I’m going to highlight things I’d like to do this year.
Bake more (take baking classes, make cakes, learn how to make gumpaste flowers). Consistently update my blogs. Spend time with friends & family. Finish my side project. Go to the movies more often. Organize. Eat moderately. Throw a party. Go to Disneyworld. Watch movies at the drive-in. Grow an herb garden. Decorate the house. Send handwritten letters.
And with double the amount of enthusiasm, hello 2013.
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