New Year’s Resolution for beginners.
New Year’s is my favourite time of the year because I get to make all these things called Resolutions; I’ve heard that this is one of those rare occasions when civilians can pass resolutions and not just “Presidents”.
I figured, I’d give it a shot; I mean everybody else seems to be doing it and it’s trending so fuckingshit I’m defs going to jump in on this band wagon.
My journey began on this very computer that I find myself now recounting my experience on; with a google search.
“How to Resolute!”
The answers were simple yet complicated.
Fruitful yet convoluted.
I thought…this seems kinda difficult, I’ll get back to it when I get around to it.
I guess I must’ve dozed off, and didn’t realise as the clock slowly drifted past midnight and there it was — the sound of firecrackers, reminding me; “You missed the opportunity bud!”
It seemed like the end but I wasn’t ready to give up — apparently, turns out Resolute is a small-town in Nunavut, Canada.
Flights seemed pricey, but again — everybody else was doing it!
I wasn’t going to let this get in my way, I google street viewed it.
Seemed like it was over-rated, but what do I know — I’m no travel agent.
I think the best thing for me to do was to simply recount all the times I’ve experience New Year’s — and turned out it was quite a few times; which got me to thinking maybe there will be many more to come.
In the near future, maybe 12-months from now — and I’ll be sure to seize the moment when it does present itself again on the 31st of December, 2019.
Until then, I guess all I can do is wait…wait…and more wait.
Be sure to set a reminder to set my goals before the clock swings past midnight once more.
Until then, keep on grinding and figure things out as they go.
But most of all, take time to appreciate this very moment; because you never know what the future holds.
Be it as far as I can recognise, I didn’t quite think I’d make it past 2018; but I guess it worked and maybe there’s no need for a change in plans.
I’ve got time, 12 months minus one day to be precise; to figure out what I’ll be resoluting about when the clock strikes midnight.
2020 here I come!