So, I'm told that I don't blog often enough (I believe the thought was that I don't blog often enough for particular people to spy on me, but that's okay - at least I know somebody cares) And now, here it is December 31, 2012 - the last day of the year, so it's time for the year-end wrap up.
And really, in the basest sense, this year was really the same as the last. I'm at the same job, I live in the same place, I know the same people. I watched another friend get married in September (third in a row for that one) and well... nothing really changes.
I think this year should be different. Something has to change eventually right?
I'm signed up to take a continuing ed course at the local college to improve my knowledge base and maybe help in the ongoing job search. I'm planning to continue my attempt at self-improvement with being more fit, and I want to be just a better person in general. Less cynical, more optimistic. Just better.
I need to read more, watch TV less. Be less concerned that I'm being a bother to other people, be more confident. Be more me without worrying what other people think. I want to be more intelligent - not in a snooty way, I just want to use my brain more. Be more productive. For myself and society. Maybe I should do something charitable.
There's a lot that I could do to make myself better. But I think I need to sit down and be more organized, in general. Get rid of clutter, in my place, my life, my brain. There's so much that could help.
I don't think I'll do my first of the year post this year. This one has pretty much covered everything. I'm going to blog more though, so maybe that will make up for no January 1 post. And maybe I'll be less worried about what I'm writing here. It should be what I'm thinking right? Not in a mean way, and not in a way that I wouldn't post if it wasn't so anonymous, just in a less concerned that I'm being judged way. Just to be more real.
And with that, my 2013 New Year resolutions:
1) blog more
2) save more/budget better
3) be more fit
And on that note, I think I'm done.
Happy New Year!