New Year's Resolutions?

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New Year's Resolutions?

Post by jason_recliner » January 2nd 2022, 5:36am

Have any of you made any New Year's Resolutions? I've made a few:

1. Drink less. Much, much less.

2. Argue with Sarah less.

3. Lose at least 7 kg (on top of the 3 kg I've lost so far).

4. Lose my gut.

5. Get some muscles back.

6. Get divorced.

7. Procrastinate less and be more organised.

Not gonna be easy. Went for a run on the treadmill this afternoon after an extended festive season break and it wasn't good. Not as bad as I expected but not good. But you've gotta start somewhere.
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Post by bbattle » January 2nd 2022, 10:56am

Lose some weight.

Finish replacing the termite-eaten wood in the garage. I'm on the last wall now so this should be an easy one. I might actually be able to park my car inside the garage for once since we bought the house.

Be able to burn my covid masks.

Ride my bicycle more often.

Ride the Vespa to work more often.

Buy that Longines or Sinn that keeps calling my name.
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Re: New Year's Resolutions?

Post by jason_recliner » January 2nd 2022, 3:31pm

bbattle wrote:
January 2nd 2022, 10:56am

Finish replacing the termite-eaten wood in the garage. I'm on the last wall now so this should be an easy one. I might actually be able to park my car inside the garage for once since we bought the house.
Forgot I resolved to procrastinate less and be more organised. We bought two cars recently and they've been parked outside in the heat because the garage was so full of stuff there was just a small space in the middle for one car. I spent all day and night NYE clearing things out and installing shelves to create some space in there as I wanted to start 2022 with the cars parked inside. They're both in there now, I also installed a work bench, and there's still heaps of space. Very satisfying.
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Re: New Year's Resolutions?

Post by smellody » January 2nd 2022, 4:30pm

jason_recliner wrote:
January 2nd 2022, 3:31pm
bbattle wrote:
January 2nd 2022, 10:56am

Finish replacing the termite-eaten wood in the garage. I'm on the last wall now so this should be an easy one. I might actually be able to park my car inside the garage for once since we bought the house.
Forgot I resolved to procrastinate less and be more organised. We bought two cars recently and they've been parked outside in the heat because the garage was so full of stuff there was just a small space in the middle for one car. I spent all day and night NYE clearing things out and installing shelves to create some space in there as I wanted to start 2022 with the cars parked inside. They're both in there now, I also installed a work bench, and there's still heaps of space. Very satisfying.
Well done! Cars belong in garages.
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Re: New Year's Resolutions?

Post by codguy » January 3rd 2022, 2:20pm

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To stay true to myself and ....



-laugh at those that should be laughed at

-confront those that should be confronted

-embrace those that deserve to be embraced

-ignore those that try to push their wokeness

-uplift those that deserve uplifted

&

don't let anyone try to change whom the fuck I am.



Same resolution I've maintained for decades......
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