New Years Promises


blank list of resolutions on blackboard

Many of you have already picked out various new years resolutions. Or as I like to call them “promises.” You probably have already broken your’s already. Who says you gotta go THE WHOLE YEAR without eating ice cream? That shit is hard.

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I mean who cares right?

You shouldn’t have to attach some personal meaning and self improvement to a date. Just do it any other day of the year. Have a month where you clean the shit out of your house. Have a month where you workout like you’re training for those competitions that the physically fit people do all the time. Triassicthon? Mechathalon? Or something. You know what I’m talking about.

You should set your goals so that they’re easier to accomplish.

  • Go to bed 15 minutes earlier
  • Switch sodas from your most favorite to your least favorite
  • Comment on my blog every time you read one of my posts.
  • Instead of working out, just park your car further away from the entrance to the grocery store. Use the stairs instead of the elevator.

My own new years promise is something that is really cool. I won’t however, reveal it because I intend to write a blog post about it at the end of the year.

Alright my new years preaching is over so feel free to have a great 2014

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About MaximumWage

Everyday I put on my "I can do it" underpants followed by my I'm trying to lose weight pants, followed by my "I'm still kind of young" shirt followed by a belt and then polish it off with a nice smile to finish the ensemble. I don't wear shoes.
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14 Responses to New Years Promises

  1. List of X says:

    Happy New Year! (don’t mind me, I’m just trying to fulfill one of your resolutions).

  2. P. Borby says:

    Hell and damnation
    Now I have to comment on your Blog every time I read it for the rest of 2014, damn you and your excellent ideas.
    When that is said I agree with you don’t beat yourself over the head with New year resolutions, go for the small things that can improve your life a little each day.

  3. All good points. Resolutions usually are met with little follow through. People are set in their ways and reluctant to change. That is what we are talking about after all – change in lifestyle. You don’t need to profess anything in some lame notion that others will hold your accountable – just do it…or not.

  4. Agreed. No one needs a specific date to make a change. You wanna change, just go for it. Baby steps lead to success. PS. Haven’t seen any of ur LOL posts on my wall in some time. You still doing that?

  5. No kidding. Why’d you close it?

  6. I feel the need to bookmark this to remind you at the end of the year to reveal your resolution! :)

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