December 31, 2009
New Year’s Eve is a wonderful day. You can, for a short moment, lie to yourself and truly believe those lies. You can promise that you will try to fix what has been broken, experience new things, better yourself, mend fences and live in a delusional state until you burst your own bubble.
I like this magical 24 hours and have been blessed to be able to accomplish at least one of my resolutions every year. In 2009 the one I stuck with was to stop eating meat and I am very proud of the accomplishment.
For my final blog of 2009 I have decided to publicly list my Top 20 List of resolutions, in no particular order, hereby inviting you to share in both my triumphs and failures:
1) Stop throwing away my hard earned money on JDate.
There you have it my friends. A hefty list to be sure, but there will be at least one resolution I accomplish and I feel confident this may be the year I master more than one.
I have learned a lot about myself through writing this blog and I thank you very much for reading. I wish us all health and happiness in 2010. Allow yourself to dream big because every once and a while dreams come true.
The one thing I will always do, with no resolution required, is Keep The Faith.
Happy New Year.
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