I want to:
- Reach my goal weight of 125 lbs
- get an average of 3.33 or more this semester, so that I average out high enough for dean's list at uni for 07-08 term.
- Run a half marathon on the treadmill
- not dye my hair (its looking really crappy since I have dyed it like 6 times in 2007)
- No alcohol
- Not to consume anything deep fried
- No more pop (aka "soda")
1. Reduce my carbon footprint
3. See acupuncturist for shoulder pain
4. Stop buying things because there is a "sale"
I have a similarly-exciting life
I resolve to seek out the company of my friends and family more often in 2008, rather than always having "work" that needs tending to.
Continue to eat healthfully
Continue to reduce my carbon footprint
Keep the house cleaner
Sell my truck (it has been sitting in the garage for 2 years.... yeah, I tend to procrastinate)
reach my goal weight of 135
learn to ski
not buy useless crap i don't need and save the money instead
spend that money on useful chrome for my harley
puts 1,000 miles on my harley
dont stress so much over my girls
I also want to resolve to keep my apartment cleaner and stop procrastinating my chores
I've never quit smoking as a new years resolution, but this year I did. I threw the pack away this morning, after having my last cigarette at 11:38p last night.
Making it through the first three days of physical detox is always relatively easy; it's a week and a month and six months in, when the psychological addiction starts hitting heavy, that I give in.
I'm hoping I can get through it by reminding myself that after spending four years bouncing between 130 and 135 pounds, I thought I'd never get below 130 again in my life - and now I'm 117 (as of yesterday morning). So if I can lose over 15 pounds in my 30s, I can certainly beat a stupid cigarette addiction. The trick is reminding myself that I even want to, because what always gets me in the end is, "what's the point? I've been smoking since the womb, anyway."
(My mother smoked while pregnant, and I spent my entire childhood inhaling roughly five to six packs a day, between my parents. Windows up in the car, closed in the house. And I started myself when I was 15, so I've been smoking on my own for 19 years, and passively for 15 more than that. I feel as though the damage is already done, and that's why sticking fast to quitting is mentally very difficult for me.)
I also want to:
- spend less money
- consume less alcohol
- do something each month that positively benefits each my family, my community, and me.
Keep my house cleaner(I have actually cleaned alot today so that's a start)
Drink more water
Continue to juice some veggies and fruits daily
Exercise 5 days a week(unless I have an appointment or a sick kid or a busy scheduled day)
Only drink alcohol occasionally instead of weekly(btw I am 21 days with no alcohol)
Oh and spend more time with my folks......They live 5 minutes away and I always tell them I am too busy with 4kids....not good! Michelle
2. Do my leg exercises so I'll stop limping (recovering from broken leg.
3. save money ( I actually deposited some into my saving yesterday.)
4. finish school in Dec08!
5. Stop letting people make me unhappy and take care of myself this year.
Happy New year all!
exercise more (i want my toned legs back!)
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