But who am I to fight against things that are huge and obvious?
Please note: every year I declare that I'm going to wear my contacts more often. In honour of that intention, clay me is not wearing any glasses in this post. Of course, I'm away from home for a few weeks and I didn't even bring my contacts with me.
So here they are, the resolutions of New Years past:
In fact, I've only ever kept one New Year's resolution in my whole life.
And I did it! Aside from weeks when I was out of town, I visited the library every single Saturday for an entire year. Unfortunately, weekly library visits didn't break my life-long pattern of returning books late.
And so, this year, I'm resolving to not make any New Year's resolutions at all*.
*Except that I want to lose 20 pounds.
And organize my stuff.
And make more money.
And read more books that were actually written for adults.
And return my library books on time.
And spend less time on the computer.
And do a better job of keeping the house clean.
And write a young adult novel.
And learn to spell hard words like "relevant" and "embarrassing".
And dress myself in the morning so that this flowchart is no longer relevant to my life:
(OK, well probably not that last one. I need to be realistic, after all.)