Happy New Year!

I am not a fan of new year resolutions because I think they are just stupid things that no one continues after 4ish weeks anyway. I feel the most common resolutions are to lose weight, workout more, eat healthier, etc. No one really commits to these resolutions though, which is why I don’t want to call mine ‘resolutions.’ These are goals that I refuse to give up. Goals I know are attainable if I work hard at them. Goals I actually want to commit to.

The actual definition of resolution is a firm decision to do or not to do something. A FIRM DECISION! So I guess they are resolutions but I will still call them goals. 🙂 ahaha

Anyway, here is my list of whatever you want to call them:

  1. Continue my 4.0 GPA
  2. Continue to build my relationships in my extended family
  3. Teach Cash his ABC’s
  4. Work on my marriage
  5. Work on my patience with my children
  6. Be less addicted to my phone and social media – You will be able to read about this decision tomorrow. 🙂

Do you take part in the new year resolution trend? What are your new year resolutions or goals?


I want to wish everyone of you a very happy and blessed new year!


2 thoughts on “Happy New Year!

  1. Good luck with your resolutions! I have a few, and I hope I do better at keeping them this year than previous years. They are to get in better shape with flexibility and get my pre-baby strength back, work on my writing harder and try to get a piece of writing published, and a few smaller goals. I guess it’s the usual!

    With both of us, I think having a plan is key to keeping a resolution!

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