:: A Belated New Year Post ::
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Belated indeed. So belated that I have forgotten most of what I have wanted to put in writing...but at least still have a vague idea of the gist of it.
Personally, I do not believe in making resolutions. In the viewpoint of a procrastinator, short-term goals seem to be a more effective way of getting things done. The very thought of having a whole year to fulfill your resolutions just gives you a good excuse to keep putting things off for 'later'. Plus, the benefit of having short-term goals is that you can keep on changing them as you progress, thus achieving more in the same amount of time. It's like giving yourself a whole day to climb up a step as opposed to giving yourself a minute to climb that step and another to climb the next one. And the whole beauty of this is that you can even modify your goal to suit the situation. Thus begins another year without resolutions, long-term goals or expectations...here's to living in the here and now!
"Good resolutions are simply checks that men draw on a bank where they have no account."
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