Jan 29, 2009

Resolutions (Part II)

I’ve decided to be a bit more ambitious this year. I realized that there are so many things in my life that I want to change. I want to be healthier, for one thing, and in order to realize this, I have to give up things I have always loved --- coffee, junk foods, chocolates. My sister tells me I’m going to die because I practically thrived on these, but then, I know that if I put my mind to it, I can overcome my cravings.

I know, coffee isn’t exactly bad at all. In fact, I’ve read so many articles about coffee being healthy and all that. But caffeine can irritate the urinary bladder, and this is what I’m trying to avoid. If I cannot totally give up coffee, I’ll just have to limit my intake of it, then.

Chocolates are fattening --- and they tend to worsen my case of seborrheic dermatitis. I love chocolates, I’m addicted to chocolates, in fact, so I know not eating chocolates ever can be a really huge sacrifice on my part.

I’m not really a junkie, but I do have cravings for Cheeto’s cheese fritters. Yum-yum. But this, I will have to give up, too, because I do not want too much salt and msg taking over my system.

So, there, my new year’s resolutions for the year 2009!

Jan 13, 2009

Resolutions (Part I)

I remember having made just a couple of resolutions last year -- to be more organized and to learn ways to make money online. The first proved to be rather difficult, I must say, considering that I practically had no organized bone in my body.

But the second resolution was, surprisingly, quite easier to achieve. I was able to discover the many wonders of the internet, after all, and I've had several opportunities to make money online. Although I'm not earning that much to consider a career change, I think I'm doing pretty good considering that I do it on a part time basis only.

So, I guess if I rate myself as far as my two resolutions are concerned, I wouldn't honestly give myself five stars, but having nonetheless accomplished something, I think I deserve at least a couple of stars. Oh, well, what the heck? One star, two stars, I can have a hundred stars or none at all. The thing is, I'm enjoying my life as it is. Besides, I have another year to do better...