Happy January Third! Tomorrow (4th) is the last day of Winter Break for me. I am about to start my to-do list for tomorrow since I want this week to go as smoothly and as organized as possible.
I also just received the show choir rehearsal schedule and there´s so many hours and days committed to it this January! If you remember from last year, I did soccer this time of year (I´m not sure if I´ve mentioned, but I´ve had to drop out of that…) and even though we had practice every day and games too, that was only for 2-4 hours!
Show Choir is at least 3-8 hours. I´ll be doing a few organization posts soon so get ready! I really don´t want to put my blog on hold as I get busier because I really enjoy it.
Anyways, let´s get to the point of this post.
1. Write in journal more.
2. Eat healthier. I really let myself go in 2015.
3. Exercise at least four times a week. With all the sitting I do, I need to get moving.
4. Stay true to yourself. You´re you for a reason, so don´t conform.
5. Don´t dumb yourself down.
6. Read one book per week!
7. Actually plan Unknown. You know what you have to do to get the result you want.
8. Stay away from negative influences and keep a positive and disciplined mind.
9. Wake up each morning with a positive outlook on the day.
10. Free read at least five minutes each day…your brain will thank you.
11. Don´t go out if you don´t want to go out. Stop letting others pressure you into making decisions you know aren´t right for you.
12. Don´t let the people who think you can´t do it get stuck in your mind.
13. Go at least one week without social media for each month…(Currently doing this!)
14. Just because other people like doing nothing all day, doesn´t mean you have to!
So, that´s all of them! I also wrote academic resolutions, but I´m just going to keep those to myself.
As for my one week without social media, I started it last Wednesday, so I´ll be doing a blog post on how that went!
For those wondering, the books I´m currently reading are:
- The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black
- Introvert Power by Laurie Helgoe, PhD.
¨Get up, get coffee, get on with it.¨ -Unknown