March 18th, 2009


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At the beginning of the year, I had a bunch of New Year's resolutions, like usual, and I was very serious about them when I wrote them. Since then, I have not been very good at doing them. Unlike 2008, I actually lowered the goals on some of my resolutions, just so I could appear to be more successful. Apparently, this has made me achieve even less. I have not been writing in the journal like I have wanted to. I really wanted to write almost every day, but I am somehow barely writing twice a week, sometimes even less.

I also really wanted to be more healthy, but after 25 days of being "sugar-free" in January, I could no longer resist the temptation of "fresh" Valentine's candy. And then after that, there was Girl Scout cookies. And then after that, delicious egg shaped Easter candy. My willpower is so not my strongest character attribute.

Then, I devised a somewhat brilliant plan: to do something I really don't want to do every day in order to achieve my goals. I just couldn't find the energy, though. It's really difficult to do stuff you just plain don't feel like doing. That's one of the reasons why I'm behind on my homework right now.

Speaking of school, I only have 10 more days left until I am completely done with school. No more homework for me! (I probably will go back to school -- eventually -- just because I am a huge geek, but probably for something completely different and not education related. Maybe another Masters degree, but I psychology, or maybe a law degree, just because I'd really love to say "I object" in court. We'll see if that's a strong enough reason to endure law school.)

So, I guess this post, to sum up, is about how I am not good at achieving my goals, somewhat lazy, and also excited that school is ending soon.