My New Years Resolution

Is to eat more vegetables because I feel like it will help me eat healthier and it will also help me celebrate my mental age.

Previous resolutions of mine have been to use less plastic (success) and not sharing any George Takei memes or photos on Facebook (super success)

What are your’s? Warning, if it inspires me, I may join you!

2K14, let’s do this!


35 thoughts on “My New Years Resolution

  1. My resolutions are to 1) read as many books on my Kindle as I can without buying anymore, and 2) eat healthier. I really need more veggies! Any thoughts on how you’re going to incorporate them more? I’ve been looking up vegetarian recipes, but it seems like there are just a lot of salads. And I’m scared of tofu.

  2. Ashley,
    Thanks for liking my blog post. Now, I hope it’s not because you have worked or are having to work with an irritating manager. But the beauty of awarding yourself Employee of the Month (week, day, or hour) is that it is only contingent upon you and yourself :). But obviously, you are doing a VERY good job with the success of your endeavors! To 2014!

  3. Okay, I guess I should really try not to share Takei memes on FB too. Also, as a vegetarian, living on veges has definitely made me feel healthier and in control of my body. My resolutions were to just keep doing what I’m doing, and take them a step further by sleeping/getting up even earlier, extending my journaling to blogging, etc.

    1. help more people succeed with their resolutions
    2. as a vegetarian- eat more GOOD veggies- less vegetarian junk food 😉
    3. Give more love, more of the time
    4. Pray more for more people
    5. run/walk 2014 miles ( on track so far 18 miles done
    6. write and publish 4 books folowups here and at facebook

    Thanks for reading


  5. Finally let go of me my last manuscript and reconnect with friends who said manuscript has kept me from seemingly forever–then take friends on a super adventure somewhere random that may involve flowers or fireworks or both, leading me to an existential experience in which I lye on my back staring at the sky and ponder the tenuous connection between human beings. Oh, and eat more vegetables. 🙂

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