Ticklebuddy Wonderpoo (aubkabob) wrote,
Ticklebuddy Wonderpoo
aubkabob

Hey, I won!

I've realized lately how much fluff this journal is anymore. I used to chronicle my feelings and emotions and beliefs... well, not in a massive amount, but certainly more than I have been.

I generally don't make new years resolutions, but these are things I wish to work on:

I want to become a more active individual. I'm sick of my back/shoulder hurting all the time, of feeling giant and bloated. I want to actually USE that stupid gym membership that I've been paying for in order to give myself a better quality of life.

Combined with this, I want to eat better. Having random organics sent to me on a biweekly basis has already given me a bit more adventure in the kitchen. I would like to also cut out most meat and dairy.

I would like to... as cheesy as it sounds, remeet myself. Life has just turned into a monotony of work and WoW. Yes, I'm an adult and there seems to be monotony as you age, and a happiness of sorts with monotony, but... there's much more out there that I would like to experience, much more I would like to grow into.

I would also like to strengthen my relationships with the people who mean the most to me. My roommates, my mother, one or two friends. I have become very cynical in my old age regarding people and I seem to not open up as much as I used to. I went from being open to being friends with anyone to discarding those who I know are not... for me.

I would like to become a better supervisor/manager. I'm still quite green regarding all of this... leadership stuff. As cheesy as it sounds, I would absolutely love to be able to become a LEADER of others, as well as a pinnacle of direction, accomplishment, and other such things.

Finally, I would like to get my finances into order.
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