Last year’s resolutions were, in no particular order:
- Read 30 books ✔️
- Start exercising 😐
- Lose weight 😐
- Get finances in order ❌
- Clean house ✔️
I read 60 books, so I blew that one out of the water, and I did get the house cleaned, de-cluttered, and reorganized. I didn’t start exercising, as in an actual exercise program, but I did start walking a ton more. I did actually lose weight, too, but I gained it all back over the holidays. So… half credit for those ones? Finances went nowhere.
This year’s resolutions, in no particular order:
- Read more new books.
- Start an actual exercise program and stick with it.
- Lose weight and keep it off.
- Get finances in order. No, for real this time.
I did a lot of re-reading last year, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but there’s lots of new books out there I haven’t read. I’ve apparently gotten super picky about what I read, bookwise, in my old age, so I hardly ever look at new books. I’ll have to work on that.
Everything I read tells me if I want to feel better in general, I need to lose weight and exercise regularly, which sounds to me like some sort of torture program. But I guess. If I must. I’m tired of feeling vaguely crappy all the time.
And then, y’know, money. I fully expect at least a recession, and I’d like to get rid of some of my debt load before that settles in. I’ll probably need to revisit my budgeting.
I have a few other bad habits I’d like to work on – reading Twitter all morning, lazy blogging habits, that sort of thing. I have a few good habits I’d like to add, like sleeping more, eating better, getting my anxiety issues sorted out. I’m not going to make any of that official resolutions, though. That’s just stuff I want to work on.
At any rate, there’s my resolutions. Happy New Year, folks!