Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Reversing direction.

After looking at previous lists of things I wanted to accomplish and my hopeful goals, I've come to the conclusion, almost anything I put in a list as something I want to, I tend to fail. If I say I'm going to lose weight, really I'm going to gain a few more pounds. If I say I want to exercise, this will be the year I find a new way to not go to the gym.

It's a bit depressing. So, I've updated my list of things to accomplish in 2009. The upside is if I fail, it really won't matter.


Hoytster said...

I hate to say this, but the George Costanza do-the-opposite approach worked quite well for me in the dating department. Go figure.

Good mean bad luck for the '09 list. 8)

Paige said...

Man... if only you had written this a little over a month ago! Then maybe my New Year's Resolutions coulda worked out for me.

primalscreamx said...

Just remember, it's too late to change or make anything better. Go from there.