2009 New Year’s resolutions?
Sigh… I never was one for “New Years resolutions…,” although I experimented with some the past two years here on 411 – the “No drinks till the Super Bowl” (success) – and the “No booze till tax day” (only made it ~50 something days, about halfway through) – Also the “Surviving on $10 a Day Challenge” (fun, but was more work to document every damn thing I ate). Should I try a new resolution this year?
Do these fruity resolutions work?
Frankly – the ideal resolution would be: “In 2009, I will become more efficient, improve my health, eliminate caffeine and artificial sweetener intake, manage my money better, delegate more, get in touch with a normal circadian rhythm, become 10 years younger (physically), take a real vacation, and so on and so on….”
But that almost all-encompassing resolution would be next to impossible, no? And why wait till January to begin positive change? Shouldn’t self-improvement be an ongoing thing?
So here it is almost the end of the year – and I have no genius idea to try out come Thursday morning. Maybe I can get motivated by one of the readers?
What about you guys?