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The Mayans Were Wrong And Now I Have To Admit My Failures

January 7, 2013 by
Remember last year when I made two New Year’s resolutions, because in 2011 I made one and it went spectacularly well, so I thought I could handle two in 2012 and then I didn’t do either of them but I thought the Mayans would bail me out of having to admit it with their apocalypse but then it didn’t happen and now I have to admit my failures?
That was a thing that happened.
However, although I still can not play the ukulele and have not finished my book, I did get married and start two new books which remain unfinished so let’s call it even.
In an attempt to recapture my New Year’s Resolution superiority of 2011, I’m making new resolutions. Because optimism y’all.
1. Cook more often. This sounds so easy and yet I fear it may be very very difficult to actually pull off. Although I can promise posts about my cooking successes…and failures.
2. Learn at least 6 new things this year. I figure that gives me 2 months to learn each thing. Because I’m really good at math. The first thing is knitting. I’m taking suggestions for the other 5 because y’all are usually more inspired and brilliant than I am. It can be a skill or even a subject- I’ll take the 5 suggestions that strike my fancy the most and let y’all know. That way you can keep me accountable…but don’t like, pressure me.
Happy New Year!
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