It's nearly a week into it...how are those New Year's Resolutions going?
Every year, I list down my faith goals for the year. By the end of the year, I cross out everything that actually happened.
For 2011, I was able to do a lot except for the shopping stuff. A little sad cause I realized that I wasn't able to do a lot of the Christmas stuff because of the busy schedule, but it's all good. I wrote down my faith goals for 2012 already and I'm actually very excited. I'm about to cross out one of the things already.
Weight loss and it is a complete and utter meltdown failure within 3 days - but then that is why I have a problem - now where is that Twinkie?
Going with some shakes but trying to hold on it. Its not that hard to keep up if you know,
"There is no other option".
My resolution is the same everyday and not just for the new year; it is, to be the best be I could possibly be. So i'd say that a week into it and im still improving.
Said to myself: " Get up and keep going because today is a brand new day."....and I am on the road ever since:)
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