New Year’s Resolutions not Do-Over, but maybe Start-Over

Time is fleeting. We are reminded of that every year on New Year’s Eve when the calender rolls over to yet another year. One great thing about each passing year is that it gives us an opportunity to put behind us our mistakes and take lessons learned with us into a new year with a clean slate. It’s not exactly a do-over, but it can be a start-over. These are the things I resolve to do in 2008 to improve myself, my life and the lives of those I love.

1. Buy, cook with and eat more fruits and vegetables

2. Keep sticking to my exercise regimen

3. Delve deeper into my relationship with God

4. Blog at least every other day

5. Limit unnecessary spending better

6. Let my husband know how much I love and appreciate him more

7. Be more patient with my son

8. Read at least one book a month

9. Use my graphic design skills more and keep up with current trends so I don’t forget everything I learned and fall behind

10. Spend more time relishing today, and less time rehashing yesterday and planning for tomorrow.

11. Stay in-touch better with old friends

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2 Responses to “New Year’s Resolutions not Do-Over, but maybe Start-Over”

  1. JOHN Says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR 2008

  2. acupofjoy Says:

    G’Day, Mate! Aaron and I just welcomed in the New Year! The current time is 20 minutes after midnight here in Brisbane! Happy 2008! We tried to call, but you weren’t home! We left a message with Mom & Dad…where is everyone. It’s just after 9 a.m. there….Well, HAPPY NEW YEAR! So far 2008 is GREAT!!! – Deborah

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