New Year. New You. New York. New Yolk. New Yak. New Yam.
For reasons I can't seem to uncover, most people need a calendar reset to become a better person.
Why not just start today? (This sounds familiar.)
Good question. But if I'm anything, I'm a conformist, so here are my resolutions for 2014.
I've been neglecting this blog and the
Watch Less TV
It's time to shed that extra 5 pounds I've been carrying around...below the waist if you know what I'm sayin'...
*whispers* ...from my thighs :(
Keep in touch with friends.
Since college, I've lost touch with a lot of people. Maybe it's laziness. Maybe it's my current deep dive into "hermitdom". Maybe it's just my misunderstanding that most people prefer you to keep in touch rather than to just physically keep touch. I dunno. College, right?
Play Less Video Games
lol x ∞
Lists are a great efficiency tool. And we all know I could be more efficient (especially with my words...). I've already started this resolution with this list you are reading right now at this moment here with me currently today. How am I doing? Pretty good if you ask me. Also, thanks for asking. I promise to carry this list-making success into making other lists this year: grocery, packing, to-do, top 5 albums to listen to while making lists, bottom 5 blog post ideas that I'll post anyway.
So there you have it. These are the ways I will become a better person in 2014. And I've written them down so I won't forget.
Now...where was I?