New Year’s Resolutions 2


 

 

 

 

 

I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions. The reason? I’m not good at keeping them. I did make a resolution one year. It was to not eat a quarter of a bag of M&M’s in one sitting. I succeeded for a little over a month, then I was sabotaged by hubby who bought a colorful bag of white, pink, and red ones a week before Valentine’s Day. And during a movie I ate half the bag.

So this year, Dylann suggested I do a New Year’s resolution I could keep or rules to follow while choosing a resolution.

 

 

  1. While scarfing down chocolates, I resolve not to read the saturated fat content.
  2. I resolve to never make a resolutions that has to do with chocolate, cookies, or pastries.
  3. No writer’s resolutions because they are just as troublesome as food resolutions.
  4. Never make a dieting resolution…see resolution #2
  5. Never make a resolution about exercising…unless it’s to not exercise on certain days.

So there you have it…my New Year’s resolutions. Do you make a New Year’s resolution? If so, do you succeed?

Love and hugs,

Renee

 

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2 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolutions

  • C.R. Grissom

    I second that emotion!

    I love the game, Two Truths and a Lie. I’ve never played it with resolutions until today:

    1) I resolve to stop sucking the candy coating off Jordan Almonds and dropping the wet carcasses into my
    manager’s bowl of mixed nuts.
    2) I resolve to refrain from playing the game, Guess Their Sins, sotto voce while standing in line for the confessional this Easter.
    3) I resolve to take a single glass instead of the entire tray when offered a complimentary drink

    Happy New Year, Renee!

  • Diane Holiday

    I never make resolutions. I’d obsess over them. I just try to do my best each day at whatever it is I am working on. Then I’m not disappointed over failure. LOL.