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LOL, I'd be glad not to break this New Year's Resolution. XD
Here in Brazil, some people do what we call "New Year Promises" (Promessas de Ano Novo), which is, in sum, basically the same thing as Resolutions, but a ton of people mix religious things with these "promises" (such as going to church every week etc). I've seen tons of people make these, but never saw anyone keeping them.
I just don't promise what I can't do, so I'll stay away from these.
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I made a resolution once to not make any more "New Year's Resolutions" since I never seemed to keep them.
But so far I have kept that one. I figure I'll stick with it. LOL
"This young wine may have a lot of tannins now, but in 5 or 10 years it is going to be spectacular, despite the fact that right now it tastes like crude oil. You know this is how it is supposed to taste at this stage of development." ~ Itzhak Perlman
I haven't had them in a while... resolutions. But it is a new year, I have many things to work on. (Spiritually, emotionally, diet and exercise, violin goals). ...... Maybe just journaling and making goals will be a start. Perhaps I will remember to note when goals are met and how I feel about it and hopefully a good cycle of goals and achievement can begin.
Wishing everyone the very very best in 2015. I hope we all grow and learn and get closer.
@Ferret ha ha .. Too funny!
Sending lots of love and vibes to all here at Fiddlerman.com. Many thanks to the comments and feedback all year. You are all the very best!
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I have a specific diet I go on in January. It's really effective, very fast, but very strict. But I do it every Jan. as I have things to do in Feb. that I don't want to be bloated for lol.
Opportunity is often missed because it wears suspenders and looks like hard work.
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