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One year, resolutions.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Everybody likes to make their little new years resolutions.

Hi all,
been doing a lot of thinking lately about life and living and priorities and desires. I wanted to share this with you. It's written by Craig Weller, if you google Barefoot Fitness you will find his site. Check out the blog, to the left of the homepage. It has some seriously inspirational stuff. Anyhow, here it is:

One Year.

One: If you have to wait for an arbitrary date on a calender to begin improving your life you're probably going to fail because you're not committed in the first place and your self-imposed mental barriers will imprison you in a life of mediocrity. Don't start on January first. Start right now.

Two: Your life can change in the space of time between heartbeats. Whether an external force slams you out of your rut or you finally steel your mind solidly enough to accomplish something painful and worthwhile, all it takes is that one moment to make the change. Everything after that is just getting out of bed one more time and following the course.

Whatcha all think? I think these are wise words. I would like to pick that mans brain something chronic.
I haven't made any resolutions this year.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
DMAERT 5/5/2010 11:15PM

    I think like you, sounds like some very wise words. I will have to go to his site and check it out. How have you been? I am still out here lurking, trying to find some motivation, inspiration or what ever. Still fighting the battle though. I have not given up.

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LUCYVLH1 1/31/2010 8:31AM

    Ann, do you mind telling me a bit about this site before I sign up? I would like to read what this person has to say...but not sure I want to open my email to another advertisement thing.

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LUCYVLH1 1/31/2010 6:11AM

    I never make resolutions....I do not do well with failure so when I make a list of all this to do stuff and don't do it all...brings me down.

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