Writing my new year’s resolutions in February says a lot about my ‘being more organized’ resolution from last year. So, before I give myself the liberty to jot down 10-20 random feel-good resolutions, I will hold myself accountable against the 2013 resolutions.
Travel, write and eat. [Start having breakfast AGAIN!]:
Fail! Fail! Alright, I could do little about the travel part but less than 1 blog per month in 2013 is a slap on the face of my inner writer- the poor creature has so many things to pull him down already. Eat? Hmmee needs to be defined? healthy food or just food?
Turn the myth of work-life balance in reality.” [Motivator: Your family will accept you lazy and useless and still pay for your living]:
Good news is my work place is supportive of it but bad news is industry has ruined my habits pretty much so I am taking my time adjusting. So it’s a failed win.
Hang out with friends more often:
Learn some new software:
Fail! I lack dedication and people are busy.
Be more organized:
Bashing already done.
Don’t trust people who are 20+, the characteristic of diplomacy develops with age:
Alright, I don’t know out of what disappointment I wrote this but sadly it is true for any age. But connecting with people is a mandatory survival strategy God put in every man’s mind.
Attend workshops, seminars, socialize:
Not so much! Working is time consuming enough and parents are only supporting enough; it’s better not to test the patience of either.
Be satisfied. [Inner peace- watch Kung fu panda for inspiration, twice]:
Now that I am done analyzing my 2013 resolutions; where I stand against them and how much I stuck to them, I will move on to listing my 2014 resolutions:
- Adopt a more healthy life style and, for my purpose, the way to go about that would be
- Monitoring and controlling the intake of food: add variety to the menu, beef, mutton, vegetables.
- Start exercising- at least once in a week.