Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy 2011!

Happy New Year Everyone!

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and an even better New Years. My New Years was very entertaining and I spent it with some of my most favorite people!
In keeping with tradition, I am blogging about my resolutions. I have a catch to mine though- normally, I post my resolutions, and by January 15th, I've forgotten all about them. So, this year I am enlisting the aid of friends to help keep me on track. Hooray!

1. I resolve to become a healthier person. I plan to do this by developing and implementing a daily fitness routine to continue to lose weight, and to make nutritional and balanced food choices. This includes cutting down on carbs, sugars, trans fats and calories.

2. I resolve to Stress Less! I will not let things weigh me down as I have in the years prior. Money, work, social drama, etc will all be allowed 1 minute of stressing and then I will do something productive to clear my mind and relieve the stress. This includes, but is not limited to: exercise, blogging, photography/creative outlet, singing, whatever else I can think of at the time.

3. I resolve to keep in better contact with my friends. Throughout the years I have lost true contact with a lot of my friends from high school and college- solely through no one's fault but my own as life just seems to get me too busy. I will send letters (for those I have addresses for), emails, or even facebook messages in order to keep in touch.

All in all, my resolutions are based off the same basic aspect as my blog- creating time for me where I can focus on me and continue to make myself happy and loved. Granted, I will have some help from Kurt (he has agreed to be my personal trainer of sorts) as well as the aid of multiple other people in my life, and for that I am beyond grateful.

it's going to be a long rod, but the outlook for this year has already started to take shape, and I'm liking what I see.

1 comment:

wojoku said...

I will send you the 1, 2, and 3 mile routes for you to run outdoors at home. We should sit down and figure out a reasonable schedule for other workouts as well.