Sunday, January 1, 2012


I'm not really into things like New Year's resolutions. Except the last few months, I keep thinking of things that fall into the category of "Really gotta get on that..." Since that list is kept in my head and my head is stuffed, I keep forgetting so I'm always walking around triple-checking that my keys are in my pocket, my professor's email address was typed correctly when I emailed in my paper. It's exhausting to always feel like you're forgetting something, to consistently have a low-level of panic that something is slipping through the cracks but you're not sure what.
  1. find the book about inspiring through motivation instead of fear professor suggested
  2. do better with making friends and doing stuff with them
  3. make sure to buy fewer black clothes when buying
  4. get everyone to help more consistently
  5. find replacement word for retarded
  6. help Dani plot out college calendar
  7. eat more consistently
  8. work out most days
That's it. 


Yankee, Transferred said...

All good goals.

~C~ said...

#5! Good for you!

Lil'Sis said...

nice list...that low-level of panic I hate that too, it was worse for me when in college, but when I get moments of it now, ugh I hate that feeling...hang in there, and I like the simplicity of the list all very achievable!

Mizasiwa said...

that sounds like a good book - do you know the author? also doesnt your email pick up previous email adresses when you start typing them in if youve emailed them before? Mine does and this in and of itself is a lifesaver!!!!