It's that time again. I actually made a list (a short one) to help me.
1. Stop Smoking 2. Be healthier and exercise more.
I think both of these goals are attainable. I'm pretty excited about the fact that I'm going to stop smoking. I'm ready. It's been 20 years. I know it's not going to be easy and it's going to be an uphill battle but this isn't the first addiction I've fought and won. I've gone out and bought patches and if all else fails I'm going to the doctor.
What are you doing different next year?
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Post by nodepression on Dec 31, 2011 14:02:49 GMT -5
I always set up really easy resolutions for the year, my last two have been to read more and to watch more good movies. I think this year will probably be to say yes to more invitations, I say no a lot.
Post by pondo ROCKS on Dec 31, 2011 15:50:29 GMT -5
Get my left leg better. Go see more shows. Try to give back more by volunteering. Lose weight (I laugh as I write that one) Not sugar coat things as much as I did last year Get back the money that is owed to me by several people.
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Post by FuzzyWarbles on Dec 31, 2011 16:03:30 GMT -5
I'm going to quit smoking again. I quit for 5 years with the help of Chantix. I started smoking cigars in December of '10 and I am now smoking around half a pack of American Spirits a day. I also need to get back in the gym.
We are in the last month of our lease and are moving back in with my mother. It's sad and embarrassing because I'm married with 4 kids but it's something we have to do to get back on our feet. My oldest sons medical bills have buried us. We are going to fix it and hopefully own our first home by the end of the year.