So, before I set new resolutions, I have to see whether or not I actually did anything I was supposed to in 2015. Probably not. That's usually how I roll.
10) Stop smoking
9) Stop biting my nails (for real, this is ridiculous)
8) Go to the gym 3 times a week
7) Eat three meals a day and drink at least 4 glasses of water a day (I need to start feeling better).
Nope. I mean, I kept this up for like 4 months, but not enough.
6) Publish 100 pieces.
5) Graduate grad school
FINALLY I DID ONE. Damn.
4) Make $350 a week
3) Get a book deal off proposal
Hmm, nah. But things happened and such. This isn't dead, just paused.
2) After school, get a job or increase earnings to $600 a week
Well, like, I just graduated, so...I mean, I got a teaching job? I'm going to give me this one.
1) Finish one of the many books I have floating around that are started and left for dead.
Three out of ten.
Let's do better next year, eh?
5) Keep them at being nice human beings 75 percent of the time (this is too new for me to trust it).
NO. We had like a major slide. They're just coming around again, but they dropped to like, 25 percent for MONTHS. It was bad. Like really hard.
4) Get them up and ready in the morning quickly and quietly.
Nope. But with my husband's help, this will be achievable this year.
3) Make them do chores every single day. Remember to pick chores back up after sickness
Hmm, yeah, I'll give me this one.
2) Have them read every day.
Yes. But not counting weekends.
1) Get them over this intense competition.
Two out of five.
So, like, not the best year for resolutions. But you know what? It was a really great year, so I don't know what these resolutions are talking about.