Friday, January 1, 2010

Attainable Resolutions Ideas P.S.A.

Happy New Years to all!

Now what?
Well for most people it means starting over and doing a little self-improvement via 'New Years Resolutions.' But the sad truth is that 90% of all Americans break their resolutions within three months, (like me, for example, and my resolution to stop creating fictitious percentages to try to make a point!)

So what is a person bent on bettering themselves to do? If you guessed make more easily attainable resolutions, you are right! (And better than those idiots who couldn't guess this!)

As yet another Public Service Announcement, here now are some "Attainable Resolutions" suggestions:

I hope this helps some people develop their goals for the new year. And I wish a Happy New Year to all, (or at least "to MOST", I am resolving to be more truthful,) and good luck in 2010!



  1. Rather than set myself up for failure, I don't make any resolutions. Last check, I am an adult. I do what I want, when I want and will accept full responsibility for my actions and the resulting consequences.

    How does that sound? Convincing?

  2. Very convincing!

    In fact, this year I will resolve to do the same!

  3. I'm also a believer in skipping the New Year's Resolutions - no point in setting yourself up for certain failure, I say aim low. Your attainable resolutions all make very good arguments!

  4. lol, now they are resolutions i could keep ;)


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