Think about it.
It’s like making a list of things you wish were different about yourself. Your habits, your lifestyle, your choices.
But, to me, resolutions also express hope. The hope that I am capable of change.
So…I’ll show you mine, if you’ll show me yours…
It’s no secret that I’ve got ‘shiny object syndrome’.
My curiousity is both a blessing and a curse. It drives me to learn new things — but also serves as a constant distraction.
In 2012 I really want to improve my focus.
UPDATE: I interrupt this post with a comment from the Sheriff. He would like to offer his 3 words:
1. Take 2. More 3. Vacations.
Can you see why I have a hard time focusing??? Moving on….
I love this word because it is so forgiving.
For instance, it’s unlikely I will become as focused as I would hope to be – but I’m going to practice focusing in small steps and, in so doing, become more focused than I’ve been in the past.
Practice gives me a sense of satisfaction even when I fall short of my goals.
This is really hard for me to admit. It shows my age. It’s like ‘going for a walk’ instead of just playing.
I want to just wake up in the morning, go to work, come home and get on the computer.
I don’t want to pay attention to my health.
But I will because… what I really want is balance.
But that would be a fourth word – and I’m trying to stay focused.
Okay…your turn. I’d really love to hear about your 3 words…