Usually, I never make a New Years Resolution. I mean I always think about it…the things that I want to add or change in my life, but like most people, I don’t ever write it down and most importantly, I never follow through. Like, usually, I don’t even start lol. I just say it and then forget about it.
This year is going to be different (I’m speaking that into existence). I want to make these resolutions and really stick to them throughout the year. I am at the point in life where I’m trying to teach myself discipline. This is my year to form habits that I want to last throughout my life…so new year, new me, right? lol
Here’s my list:
Start working out on a regular basis
I always tend to work out in spurts, some months I work out a lot, others…not at all. I used to be an athlete, so I was used to working out, but when I stopped playing sports, my work-out regime went down the drain. I’m not looking to lose weight, I would just like to build my strength and relieve some stress! Any personal trainers in Denton (DFW), holla atcha gurl!
Become more health conscious of my food intake
Simply, I need to be less of a pig. Eating “junk food” isn’t really an issue for me. I typically don’t eat a lot of fast food. I HATE McDonalds, Taco Bell, Burger King, the list goes on. Fast food is a habit that I got out of last year. So this year I just want to eat healthier and in appropriate portion sizes. I don’t want to be a health nut, just more conscious of what I’m eating and cook more!
Get back into my Scripture
As a child, I grew up in the church. My Dad was a Deacon at our church, so I grew up attending every church service there was. I was always in church, until I moved away to college. I began visiting church less and less. Primarily, because I couldn’t find a church that I liked in my area. After a while I just got lazy, to be honest, and eventually, I stopped going altogether. I still pray and read my scripture occasionally, but I want to really get back into my word and grow spiritually.
Lawddddd, I need to save money and stick to it! I know Bank of America is tired of issuing me fees for exceeding my savings to checking transfer limit. I want to begin really budgeting myself so that I can save. I also want to get out of only saving for a certain thing and just save in general.
Point Blank. Period. The End.
What are your New Years Resolutions? I want to hear them!