My New Year Resolutions for 2015 are similar to the ones I set for 2014 with a couple of additions and some smoothing out of wrinkles – as I am doing in the photo!.
1) I intend to devote more time to writing – blog, novel or journal, possibly all three, each day.
2) Juggling will be attempted more often this year. Once in a while is not enough and I’d love to master the art.
3) Same as last year, the doctor is on the ‘to avoid’ list.
4) Same as last year, I’ll turn upside down each day – I did well in 2014 and only missed a couple of days.
5) Less time on Facebook, more time in the garden.
My message to my Facebook Friends for New Year 2015:
Hello my friends! I’ll take you all into 2015 if you want to come with me? We’ll have fun and I’ll carry on (silently) correcting your grammar – but you can pick me out (overtly) on my errors, no problem!
We will have fun and, possibly, address some issues. I guess we’ll disagree on many things – that’s healthy. One of my Resolutions for 2015 is to keep my mind and heart open so I can listen and work around differences. However, I will *always* delete any comments I find obnoxious, hurtful or objectionable.
With love and joy for 2015
New Year Resolutions to follow soon … (that’s one of them – to blog more regularly)
Summer holidays are coming to an end.
Summer is warming up as thermal lag begins. January, February and March are the warmest months here in Western Australia.
Back to school happens at the beginning of February in the searing heat.
Christmas is a dim memory and New Year’s Resolutions are fading (well, not really; I’m still turning upside down everyday and I am studiously avoiding the doctor – being healthy is so good). These are my resolutions:
1) turn upside down everyday
2) avoid the doctor
Long walks on the beach early in the morning will continue through the hot weather. I’m so looking forward to Yoga classes starting again in February. The gym just doesn’t do it for me although I attend as often as I can drag my body along. In fact, it is the deafening music that most puts me off going to the gym. I’ve tried earplugs but they pop out with all the exertions. Strange how clumsy gym workouts make me. After a Yoga asana session I am balanced and centred, but after a gym workout I can barely balance on both feet.
I had so many good intentions of keeping a regular blog and it doesn’t happen. Procrastination and lack of motivation are the main reasons plus my entries seem so banal. I started this blog in 2009 and still fight with ‘blogger’ every time I post something!