Just because I assigned a theme to 2012 doesn’t mean I can escape the urge to  look at the new year as a new start, a chance to get a “do-over” with a new  (old?) set of resolutions.

So here they are: the same old worn out chestnuts that I bring out every January. Still, if I BELIEVE this may just be the year.

#1. Be a better housekeeper!. Not perfect but just a bit more conscientious.

#2. Eat Well…not more , just more healthfully.

#3. Exercise

#4. Clean up my financial life.

#4. Above all Live Life Fully! (LLF)

You notice I didn’t say I was going to lose weight…not 10, not 30, not 100 lbs. Would I like to lose weight? Sure who wouldn’t but my effort is to focus on health not weight loss. If I can be active and feel good then I’m not going to sweat it if I’m a bit “rotund”.

Moderation in all things!

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  1. Sandra says:

    Now you can keep those. They are not all that hard to do, except the money part. Things keep happening that mess up the budget. However, living life to the fullest is a must for sure. When did you get a hamster???

    • Dusty Roads says:

      I didn’t get a hamster. I have people LOL. Actually my friend’s children got the hamster for Christmas. They actually have 2 but the other one was hiding in the beddding so this guy became the star.

  2. Nancy says:

    Dawn and Alex loved the pics of their hamster here and the ones you sent. Resolutions are easy to make and hard to follow through on. Yours are realistic. Health is a biggie for us all, self included. Stress reduction has to be in there somewhere, not that I have given too much thought to my own resolutions, too darned busy getting on with everyday living here…

    • Dusty Roads says:

      That’s why most resoltutions fail! We get so caught up in everyday living we forget the goals we set. For mew alot of the really bad stress has been worked through compared to a couple of years ago. Unless something drastic changes I think I can cope with my stress…yours on the other hand would overwhelm me. 🙂 Keep up the good work!