Well, another year has passed, and another one begins. The only difference is that I rarely make new year’s resolutions anymore. Probably because I don’t stick to them. What’s your new year’s resolution?
I suppose having a new year’s resolution helps you stay on track, but then, why wait until new year’s to do that? All that ends up happening is you have a whole lot of enthusiasm to try and meed your resolutions, and then you give up after a couple of months, if at all. How’s that different from regular resolutions throughout the year? Usually, new year’s resolutions are ambitious, and outright impossible. “I’m gonna lose 20 pounds in the next two months!” and then after three weeks, you realize you’ve only lost 5 pounds, you give up. “This is impossible! I might as well forget it.”
I guess if you’re really diligent, you’d be able to stick to the resolution… just set something a little more reasonable, I guess.
Now that the majority of the high priority tasks are done, I can start focussing on some of the things that I’ve been putting off, like my website. My art. Reading up on some finance stuff (maybe). The thing is, my wife got me a PS3 for christmas, and I haven’t really done anything around the house because of this pleasant distraction-turned-obsession. I tell her, and myself “It’s a new toy. It’ll pass.”
I tell ya, Folklore is highly addictive. The whole “Gotta Catch ’em All” thing really works in this one. Not only is it in your best interest to catch them all, but to also catch them all several times to beef up your arsenal. Anyway, I wasn’t going to turn this into a review of the really well done Folklore.
Happy New Year! Wishing you all the best!