With everyone talking about their resolutions for 2005 it got me to thinking.
It's not that I'm afraid of failure, but I hate to make a promise to myself and not keep it. Last year it was to start going to the gym. I did halfway decent, I went for about 9 months, then work and my sleep schedule got in the way. Rick goes religiously every day.
The year before that it was to save more money. My savings account right now has $2.50 so you can tell where that went!!
The year before that it was to quit smoking. I was still with my ex at the time. I told no one so I wouldn't have to put up with the pity stares if I quit and then started back up. After my head quit spinning "The Exorcist" style and my ex came out of hiding I felt bad about the whole ordeal.
So this year I decided to make a resolution not to make any more resolutions. I will live this year on a day to day basis.
I'll continue to treat others well, eat as healthy as I have been, and try to stay on the right track-but I'm not making any resolutions or promises I can't keep. (This all sounds like a resolution to me, are any of you buying it???!!!)