Friday, December 28, 2012

Resolutions for 2013



    1. Tear up list of 2012 resolutions.
    2. Think of what you want to accomplish.
    3. Tear up accomplishments list.
    4. Write down what you need to improve.
    5. After the eighth page, throw it away.
    6. Start again and look at the bright side.
    7. Turn on lamp to see the bright side.
    8. Wait until daylight.
    9. Take Pepto Bismol and review the year in your mind.
    10. Go back to sleep.
    11. Start fresh and make coffee.
    12. Spill coffee on your new list.
    13. Get new page and begin.
    14. Throw out any resolution that starts with “I must.”
    15. Start with Wealth.
  1. Go over finances.
  2. Skip to Health.
  3. Check medicine cabinet and doctor appointments.
  4. Skip to Love.
  5. Laugh for 20 minutes.
  6. Skip to Career.
  7. Realize you don’t have one.
  8. Write down diet list.
  9. Eat everything on the diet list right now.
  10. Realize that every silver lining has a cloud.
  11. Decide to just be happy.
  12. Write it in stone.
  13. Smile and go back to sleep.
  14. Decide to start that list tomorrow.

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