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New Years Resolutions

I have been so M.I.A the past... what? 6 months? Year? I'm pretty sure if I was an actual missing person I would be assumed to be dead by now.
Are we past the point of apologies? Because I think we are. If I did it again you probably wouldn't even take me seriously, so I'm not going to! 

If you haven't already noticed there have been quite a few big changes to the layout of this blog! As for the core, important things, they are the same, I just figured it was time for a new look! I have grown up quite a bit since I created this blog, and not only this, but the content and goals have been slightly altered since the beginning as well, so along with that I reformatted and am going to try to turn over a new leaf :)

In my College Transfer Success class this past semester, I learned something very important.  Goals need to be specific, they need to be time bound, and they need to be feasible.  
My first goal for the new year is to improve upon this blog so that I can be like the YouTube stars who don't work and spend their life on their websites.
But does that meet any of the above criteria?
No.
My first goal is to create one well written post per week, so that by mid year I can have 20 subscribers.
Does that meet the criteria?
Yes!

My New Years Resolutions are...

  1. My first goal is to exercise 1-2 times per week, not necessarily yo lose weight, but to gain muscle and become more fit
  2. To drink 1-2 cups of water per day, and drink one soft drink or less per week
  3. To finish assignments when they are assigned (therefore not procrastinate) so that I may be overall less stressed
  4. To take one day per week to work on college and scholarships
  5. To read my Bible or Devotional and pray daily, as well as work harder at paying attention and being more involved with my church 
  6. And finally, to create one well written post per week, so that by mid year I can have 20 subscribers.
I hope you all had a wonderful New Years, and I hope that whatever Resolutions you have made for yourself you can stick to them! :)


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