Wednesday, January 5, 2011


These last few days, the gym has been crowded with New Year's Resolution-ers. I've never been that impressed by the tendency to only resolve to change your life between January 1st and 15th each year. Resolution season doesn't do much for me, but part of that is because I already have resolve. And that's what I'm talking about over at the Ruby blog today. Dedication, resolve, and finding it in yourself.

I'm good about staying on task. I'm good at goals. On a day-to-day, year-round basis, I am resolved to accomplish what I want to. I don't need a New Year as an excuse to make goals. What about you? Are you resolved?


Kali said...

I am so on the same boat with you. I feel like if it's really important to you to make a change or get something done, then you'll do it. The date shouldn't matter. If you want to lose weight, quit smoking, or finish a book (cough cough), then do it now. Putting it off until the next year is just a form of procrastination.

Vivi Andrews said...

Exactly! We're such a Nike ad. JUST DO IT! ;)