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2012 Resolutions

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posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 12:26 PM
I never really do the whole new years resolution thing. I don’t really like new years eve at all if I’m honest although this year was a pretty good one. Mainly because I didn’t get so drunk that new years day hit me like a battering ram to the face this time, which made nice change. The list below is a by no means definitive account of my new years resolutions and my guess as to how long they will last.

Wish me luck!

1. Give Up Smoking

Well I haven’t smoked yet today. That’s not unusual for me after a night on the town, though. I’ll give it until 5th January at which point I will become unbearable company and will light up to save myself from being murdered by somebody. If only cigarettes weren’t so damned moreish.

2. Drink Less

I love a drink as those of you who read this will undoubtedly know, but I’m sure a little less wouldn’t do me any harm, if only to save money. This one will last until February when I celebrate my birthday in the only way I know how, on a night out so awesome that it will erase itself from my memory entirely.

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posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 12:33 PM
I don't usually go with resolutions, but this year I might try a few things out.

A little less alcohol would cause me less hangovers, so maybe I should give my liver a break this year, it might thank me for it later on

This should be a big year for me with a lot of changes so I'm just going to play it safe and try to make the best decisions as often as I can. This is what people should do every year.

I always laugh at the "I'm quitting smoking this year" crowd

Why choose January to quit? You don't need a calendar to tell you this.

Just quit!

When I quit it was in August 2005

posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 12:37 PM
I want to eat more pizza this year!

posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 12:45 PM
I wish you luck on both of your resolutions. Neither are easy but both are attainable. I'd suggest taking up some sort of cardio exercise to help with quitting smoking. When I started jogging it didn't take me long to quit smoking. Jogging became a priority to me and smoking was a huge road block to that priority. I can't remember exactly when I quit smoking, but I think it was just over 5 years ago.

posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 02:23 PM
1. get better at lucid dreaming

2. cook the perfect roast

3. hold the world record for eating the most ribs both pork and beef

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