Do you have New Year's resolutions? If so, what are they?
My New Year's resolution last year was to lose weight. What happened? I lost lots of weight - exactly 100 pounds of it.
It's nearly the end of 2009. This means it's time for me to make another New Year's resolution.
I still don't have any resolutions, but I'll post some if I think of any.
Anyway, I look forward to seeing your resolutions.
Congratulations on the weight loss! My main goal will be to finish school, but I probably need to be more specific, like do research or writing 3 hours per day.
wow!!! 100 pounds! That is fantastic!
Normaly I don't do new year's resolutions, because I feel that if change needs to be made, it should be made regardless of the time of year. But this year, is a little different for me.
I resolve to live through the next year, with grace and a smile.
To not be self centered and to always remeber what is truly important.
Sell our house (is that a resolution?)
Make new friends in California and get involved in our new community once we are settled in.
My resolution is not to make one. The more things I talk about doing, the less I actually do. I'm much better off just doing things as they come up and leaving it as that.
My goal for 2010 is not to be a glutton. I am over weight by 30 lbs and I am addicted to sugar. My goal is to take a picture of everything I eat and upload it on Flickr or on a blog. Maybe that will help with my sugar binging. Lets see if that works. I would like to lose 20 lbs at least over the next 6 months if possible.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago
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by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
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by tntguru 9 years ago
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by Ivan Hernandez 12 months ago
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by teenboyproblems 7 years ago
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