Jan 03 2011
I decided to get a little personal this year and share some New Years resolutions with you folks. Not that any of you really care but I think this is a great time of year to reflect on what you did the previous year and how you can improve or change anything.
To me, there are tons of things I’d like to improve or change. I guess when the time that you think change isn’t needed is the time you really have to look at yourself and give up.
There’s always room for something better….
1. Be on a path to fatherhood
If my wife is reading this I hope she isn’t freaking out or getting all surprised. But hey. I’m 31 years old. Many of my friends are having babies and my family is having babies as well. It’s just all around me and I don’t think it’d be half bad to have a little whipper snapper running around. I’m sure I’ll regret this statement soon!
2. Finish my house
I moved into my new home in July. There’s still a ton of work left to do in terms of getting furniture and all that garbage. I know that over the years I’ll be buying more and more little things but I do think it’d be nice to somewhat complete the house and make it look more like a home.
3. Continue Growing my Business
I’m always looking to grow all the “un” sites and if any of you have ideas I’m all ears. It’s a tough racket this blog business and it would be nice to make life a little easier by having hundreds of thousands of readers come to the site without even blinking. If anyone has a formula for that please let me know.
4. Stop Stressing about it all
Sometimes we don’t take the time to step back and realize what we have in life. SOme of us have pretty decent lives. I think I fall under that category but don’t always realize it. Sure I might work with assholes, and sure I might not have the easiest day every day. But I got a roof over my head, a great wife, family. I gotta just relax.
5. Live Life More Outside of the Home
This means travel more, do more activities, you name it. I just call this “living life.” People don’t really live their lives. I think they work their lives. I know I do. Even if it’s just taking a walk, something, anything. It’s time become more of a person than a worker.
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