RESOLUTIONS: THE WEEK TO WEEK METHOD
Ah jeez, everyone’s coughing up their goals for 2006, as if
turning the page on the calendar will somehow make them less lazy or provide
them with several extra hours per day in which to accomplish all of their new
I thought momofjenmatt had the right idea. She made a list of things she would rather
not do, assuming that whatever you resolve at the New Year will never actually
But I’m not that cynical.
(What? I’m NOT.) Look, I’ll prove it.
I CAN meet my goals.
They just have to not exceed my attention span. So I’m only setting a goal for the first week
Here it is: There are three essay contests I want to enter,
all with deadlines in January. So that’s
my goal for Week 1: write those three pieces.
Hey, if I can blither on Xanga several times each week, I should
certainly be able to write three contest entries.
In Week 2 I will begin a marketing blitz to rustle up
some new clients. Anybody need some copy
Wait, I was only going to do the first week. Never mind about that other stuff.
I was thinking about making a “T.R.’s Best of Xanga 2005”
list, in which I would tell you who I thought was funny, who I thought was
touching, who I thought should have their computer confiscated, etc. Is that too presumptuous? Not that that would stop me.