Writer. Student. Educator. Daydreamer.

So this is the New Year.

I got the idea to go through my Photobooth from The Dainty Squid. I always take pictures & then forget about them. Here are a few that I thought depicted 2010 fairly well. Honestly, I’m glad to see 2010 go. Not that it was horrible; a lot of good things happened. But, I’m so ready for 2011. I feel like it’s going to be a really great year. My plans for New Year’s Eve include going out to eat at a really lovely Italian restaurant with some old friends & after that going to a party to ring in the New Year with some new friends. I met some amazing people in 2010. With all this in mind, here is my small (I think realistic) list of resolutions for 2011.

My 2011 New Years Resolutions:

  1. Make a greater effort to keep in touch with those that are important to me. Call, Skype, email, write letters, make plans to visit them, make them feel important.
  2. Find good & healthy ways to control my stress. Do yoga, exercise, pray, whatever it takes to keep me stress-free in 2011.
  3. STOP WORRYING ABOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK. Seriously, just stop. 2010 had way too much of that.
  4. Read more. I think this was one of my resolutions last year. I’ve been kind of bad about not reading lately. This needs to change. I’m an English teacher for goodness sakes!
  5. Blog more! I want to take this blog up a notch & make it something truly creative & inspiring.
  6. Make sure what I am doing is what I Love. I pledge to be true to myself this year.
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  1. regarding #3… i always tell myself, “you wouldn’t worry about what other people think if you knew how little they actually think about you.” basically, people think about themselves. so, don’t worry so much about it!

  2. your list is good!
    i haven’t made my resolution list yet, but a few of those need to be on mine as well.
    i hope you have a happy new year!

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