New Years is tough time to make resolutions. You’re coming off the holidays. The days are short. The gym is crowded. At New Years I will usually sketch out what I think I want to do for the year, but when spring and my birthday roll around, that’s when I make some actual resolutions/goals/commitments.
On tap for 2014 -
-Keep running, while keeping my autoimmune disease in check. Consider the marathon.
-Sign up for an adult rookie hockey camp.
-Be the best aunt I can be.
-Work/life balance. For realz this time.
-Stop with the chocolate! It gives you migraines, dumbass.
I’m training for a half marathon, and planning to go back to skating class at the end of the month, so I’m doing alright with the first two. I’m also answering work email on a Sunday night while watching the Blackhawks-Redwings game and I just ate leftover chocolate tart from a catering gig, so I might need to work on the last two. But I took my 18-month old nephew to the mall and the pub yesterday and he didn’t cry once, so I’m totally winning the aunt thing.