There is some business to be taken care of, however. January Resolutions - remember those? I announced I would be in bed (not asleep, but in bed with a book - no electronic devices) EVERY NIGHT by 11. Let's just say that I made it most nights. There were 4 or 5 where I cheated a bit, and one where I outright said the hell with it (I think that was a Saturday when I still had some charge left on my IPad, and I wasn't going to go to sleep until I used it up). Still, that means that for 25 days or so, I went to bed at a reasonable hour, instead of at 1:30 AM.
Progress, folks, progress. I am going to try to keep it up.
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So! February resolutions, anyone? It's a short month, you know, and - as you can see by my report - you don't have to do it perfectly to feel successful. I'm thinking that my February resolution will be to continue the January ones - is that cheating? I probably should throw in something about healthy eating, but - truth to tell - I don't really want to.
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Oh, okay - I'll eat something green every day, all right? GREEN. I just discovered this crunchy, pre-mixed salad at Costco - it's all chopped up brussels sprouts and cabbage and KALE, for heaven's sake, which sounds totally disgusting. But it's actually not too bad, in a healthy-tasting sort of way.
Probably my body is so deficient in whatever vitamins are provided by the green stuff that I just think it tastes good. Who knows? But I figure if I pick up a few bags of that a week, I can keep my new resolution. I mean, it's not as if the kids are fighting me for the stuff, you know?