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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Dec 29, 2009.
Off hand I can't think of any that lasted longer than the month of January.
How's about you?
No, but that is because I haven't made any.
I stopped making them about two years ago. Decided to live each day by the moment.
I find that I do better with getting things done, if its not set as a resolution.
My new years resolution every year is not to stick to it IF i make it
Im terrible at finishing anything i start, so a New Years resolution is a pointless exercise to me.
I think I've made some before, but I tend to forget about them around a month later..
My New Year's resolution every year is to do the best I possibly can. However one year I decided to quick smoking and train to run in the Honolulu marathon and I did it. However when I finished the race I stumbled into Long's Drug Store and bought a pack of cigarettes and went to a bar and got drunk.
I did 6 months as a vegeatarian a few years back - i made the resolution and i kept to it but in general i don't bother with them...
I've never made one and actually didn't know about them until I was in my mid-late teens.
I made one over a decade ago and have stuck with it.
It was "To never make any New Years resolutions ever again."
Still stuck with it.
I made a New Year's resolution that on my thirty-fifth birthday if was still smoking cigartettes I'd stop.
On the eve of that birthday I threw my last pack of cigarettes into the fireplace and I've never looked back. I began smoking at twenty-one so it was roughly fourteen years I smoked.
Only New Year's resolution I've ever made. I kept it and I'll say that it was not difficult to stop once I'd decided I was done with it.