Tuesday. 1.15.13 10:33 pm
I used to make New Year's resolutions, but as of this past October (2012) I decided I wasn't going to make "resolutions" because it *almost* implied that by the end of the year the resolution expired.
I like to make "life changes" now. Remember last time I was most active on NuTang? (If you don't I won't be insulted, I promise.) I was constantly complaining about losing weight and going to the gym. Talking, but not doing.
So instead of waiting until the semester and year were over, I started running with one of my friends. In the beginning, I couldn't even run a lap around the track without completely being out of breath. Now, four months later, I can run a mile in 8.5 minutes. I am a notch size smaller on my belt, and now I've incorporated thigh and ab workouts into my routine. The best part was I didn't change a damn thing about my eating habits. Granted I probably would've gotten results faster, but hey, I can't help my sweet tooth.
I guess my point is if you're looking for change, just go out there and do it. Don't let opinions of others sway you, don't wait to start next year, or next month, or even next week. If you want to change something, start working towards it now!
Another thing that I've done (so far that I'm proud of that probably could count as a New Year resolution because I started after the break don'tjudgeme) is keep my side of the dorm room clean. Seriously, I am messy. I'm used to letting my room get pretty trashed (not literal trash, but just like clothes and books everywhere) and then doing a big clean up once a week. But now I've been consistently keeping it clean, and I LOVE coming back from classes to a clean room. It's a great feeling.
On a different note, the background on the "Create New Weblog Entry" is completely tripping me out right now.
Good on u! I loseweight too. I did do running and control my diet but yet i was putting on weight so i sought professional help.
U r right. We should take action instead of yakking. Im taking ownership of life this min onwards.
» renaye on 2013-01-16 03:54:45
I've heard that having a clean space decreases stress level in many people, though I don't recall the reasons why.
And I'm with you, I don't like doing yearly resolutions. I rarely decide I'm going to make a big change, but if I do, it tends to be important to me, so I stick with it regardless of when I start.
» randomjunk on 2013-01-16 03:33:22
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