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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Dec 28, 2011.
Any resolutions for the next year?
Get in shape. I'm not horrendously out of shape or anything, but I've been very gradually losing my definition since my teens, I wanna get that back. I started recently but not with much conviction, gonna change that. Looking forward to seeing results actually.
That and continue to learn how to make electronic music. Just dipped my toe in recently and I have no idea what I'm doing really, but I want to get something decent made.
About 20 years ago I made a resolution not to make resolutions anymore... Instead I make a promise to myself to leave the past and any grudges or hard feelings from the previous year behind me and to do the very best I possibly can in the new year and to try something new in the new year.
I am going to set aside more time for myself. This past year has been absolutely bonkers to the point where I felt like I had zero leeway to enjoy the things that mean a lot to me and define who I am.
Second resolution: I am not going to cock up and choose a cellphone provider that entraps me for 3 years this time around :squint:
have had mine operating since mid Nov ha true
- for those who are not interested hah
they seem to be working ....
To get back into eating good again. Organic whole foods. Gotta get my shine back. :biggrin: Maybe get a gym membership again since the gym is always closed at work.
Release habitual behaviors
I need to see a therapist or be kidnaped and taken to one of those reform programs for misbehaving teenagers advertised in the back of Sunset Magazine, where they dump you in the desert, leave you to fend for yourself and die, or accept help from Mormon missionaries.
Start a reality survival show and get paid for it!
Only don't drink your own wee :wink:
Hey, if Ghandi drunk his own pee....
Nope, but I do have a few strong desires.
I want to defeat this monstrosity: http://www.lpsg.org/280976-jumping-the-gun-on-2012-a.html
I want to get married.
One of India's ex-Prime Ministers advocated "Urine Therapy". He lived 99 years - all because he drank his own pee. (The dude's named Morarji Desai)
Btw, nitpick, the correct spelling is Gandhi. What you have typed kinda means "dirty"!
Thank you for calling attention to that. He is one of my heroes, and I would hate to inadvertently misspell his name.
I didn't realize that Hindi uses English letters.
BTW your avatar makes me dizzy.
My only 2012 New Years Resolution is to have more fun :smile:
I don't usually make resolutions but as this is my first post of 2011 I'll resolve to call in here more often in 2012.I have a lot of catching up to do.
Good to see Lee_M and Mr Snakey are still around.
To get in better shape.
To post my 10,000th post. :tongue:
Get in shape and go overseas
revised on the day....
get off me Ass a lil more, but doubt already that will happen haha