It’s come to my attention that not only do I suck at blogging but I’m also stupidly lazy. So lazy that I spent the last 2 days in my jammies at my friends house to only come home and jump right back into bed. I have come to the exciting conclusion that things need to change.
Of course everyone says “oh my goooossh! It’s a new year and it will be a new me”. Shut up. You don’t need a new year to change the things you want to change. Having said that, I’m willing to hold my hands up and admit that yes, that is also my plan. Pot, kettle eh?
So, my new year resolutions are as follows (hold onto your hats, things are about to get exciting!):
- Get fit
I’d actually considered cancelling my gym membership but glancing over at the A3 size box filled with chocolate, I have decided that that probably isn’t a wise choice. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for ages. I used to look like this:
|Minus all the bangles and the slight weird look I’ve got going on there, I’d like to be roughly that size again.|
- Be more spontaneous
I’ve been pretty boring the past few years. Done nada and only been on one holiday in the past 9 years. This year will be the year I pack bags and run off for long weekends at a moments notice. I will enjoy life and be happier. I’m fed up sulking.
I had every intention during my final year of uni to write this damn blog every week. Not for other people, but for myself. Kinda like a diary so I could read it back and laugh at how stupid I thought my problems were. I’m pretty sure my only concern was if I had batteries for my dictaphone – my day was ruined without it.
So my plan is to now at least keep it half updated. It will have no theme (and forever float around in the blogosphere) as per usual and will continue to be my usual ramblings.
- Watch a crap tonne of movies
I’m usually the butt end of most peoples proddings when it comes to someone who has barely seen any films. Ask me about Family Guy or Bilko and I’ll be able to talk to someone without a problem about it. But films that are actually modern and new releases, no sir! Put it this way – I started watching the Lord of the Rings film in May. I still haven’t finished it.
So, thanks to Amazon’s Black Friday deals last month, I have a 6 month subscription to LoveFilm.
- Finish Lord of the Rings
As above. I figured as I hadn’t actually finished it, I should make this a resolution too.