The necessity of changing out my calander never fails to bring to mind all of the shortcomings of my life, so I resolve to make only those resolutions I will without question keep. Thus, I am willing to swear, on forfeit of all my worldy goods, to keep the following resolutions for the next year:
1. Don't go to Sunday Services at a Southern Baptist church. 2. Don't eat chitterlings. 3. Don't get a woman pregnant. 4. Don't shoot heroin. 5. Don't join the Republican Party.
Remind me to check my progress this time next year.
At the beginning of every new year the New Year's Resolutionists flood into my club and make the exercise machines incredibly popular. By February the machines are again quiet and lonely (relatively).
Some personalities can make themselves do things that are good for them by sheer force of will. The rest of us have to find things that are good for us that we also enjoy. Find something you love that's also exercise and you'll never need to make this resolution again. Best of luck!
My husband is a chronic exerciser (triathlete) and he gets annoyed with the resolution exercisers because they clog the machines. :)
Most of my "exercise" deals with outdoor work during the summer. Winter is my down time.
I have an eliptical in the basement, just need to get there. My mother says I make excuses, but I tell her I have no excuse. I have plenty of time and I have the machines, I am just not inclined towards organized exercise.
This is my first year at actually making that resolution, we'll see how it goes.
I bought my husband a bike trainer for the basement, so maybe I'll join him in the basement a few nights a week.
I definitely won't be cloging up anyone's gym though.
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. -Edith Wharton