It’s at this stage that everyone seems to start getting their heads in order, for whatever cause it might be. Resolutions.
It’s a good thing to think about I suppose, it just confuses me a little bit as to why people tend to leave all their shit on their shoulders until the 1st of January. I understand that it’s “the new year”, but tomorrow is “a new day”, why wait? Why not get the head start right now?
I’ve been thinking a bit lately, as it’s been the talk-o-town everywhere I go lately.. What would I do to myself, my life, to resolve anything? I can think of a few things, but it’s not like they’re going to be resolved in the few seconds, hours or days after I decided to implement the change .. It’s more of a long time development plan. Each of them. Ten maybe?
I guess I could say things like “I want to cut eating sandwiches”, but that’s not a worthy resolution, is it? That’s a dumb resolution. I think anything to do with eating, weightloss, less consumption of drugs, alcohol, coffee etc, that’s all a day by day thing.. But whatever, this is just me typing the crap out of it.
So, new years eve was a blast. I managed to avoid any kind of run-ins with the meat heads that seem to emerge from the suburbs and surrounding towns to the city.. How? I ran to the country and spent my time next to an insane miniramp / spine set up, that I didnt ride, by a river 100m away, that I didnt swim in, around a house built out of and around a Melbourne tram, outdoor log bbq / porch set up, an old bus turned into a bedroom that’s graffitied on every.single.inch – even the roof, inside and out, in the middle of nowhere. Amazing.
Anyway, to end this.. I hope any you and your resolutions hold true and stay strong in the grasp of one another. Maybe consider some that benefit other people, not only yourselves? Just a thought.