Soulscode (soulscode) wrote,
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soulscode

New Year again!?

I don't really believe in New Years resolutions per say, why should one wait for the new year to decide to make changes in their lives? Sure it's an obvious change in time, but why not 12 new month resolutions?(EDIT: Actually maybe this isn't such a bad idea.) Either way... on with the post.

It's the second day of the new year, and what's changed since last year? I went back and read over the post I made around this time last year and I'm forced to conclude that I wasn't particularly successful in my goals.

Less procrastination.. I think I've had some success in this area at least. Still needs some work IMO, but we'll keep at it.

Getting in shape? Fail. Tried to get into some routine, but didn't really work out(HA!). More focus is required here, resolution or not. Wendy's in better shape than I am.. this won't do. 8)

CCNA? Didn't happen. Isn't required for my job any more, but still.. epic fail.

Literary projects? Super Epic fail. Lots of thought, but no action.

Other things that have occurred to me recently.. I have no real hobbies. WoW doesn't count. I sit in front of a computer for 10ish hours a day at work, come home and sit in front of another one for a while longer. Might have to start calling the computer the idiot box instead of the TV. I think I need to get away from this thing more, outside maybe, more time with friends even, find a hobby or something.

The point of all this rambling.. maybe none. Maybe it's just something I can look back on in a year and see how far I've come, if I've moved at all.
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