little goals (that will be very hard for me to keep) but i will accomplish this year.

this year, i will diligently try to not let things go bad in the refrigerator.

this year, i will make an effort to actually keep the clothes in my dresser folded and the stuff in my closet on the hangers.
this year, i will wear earrings at least once. (i hate earrings on me. haven’t worn them in years… in fact, i might not have holes in my ears anymore it’s been that long. but i’d like to give em a shot.)
this year, i will stop biting my nails (for reals this time.)
this year, i will try other kinds of sushi besides california rolls and shrimp tempura. (i tried a scallop roll 2 nights ago! and it was pretty good.)
this year, i will plan and prepare my sunday primary lessons for church before sunday morning.
this year, i will learn how to swim without holding my nose under water.
this year, i will improve my handwriting (especially my cursive) by writing and sending more handwritten notes.
this year, i will work work on making my hugs less awkward and try to always signal before i change lanes on the freeway.
this year, i will get up and out of bed the first time the alarm clock goes off.
what little goals will you accomplish this year?
*old polaroid from 2008 dress up time.
  1. Michelle

    You can do it!

  2. this is funny.

    mine are so similar. bite nails, hang up clothes, more hugs (and phone calls/emails) handwritten notes (i've sent two!) re-learn how to make a cursive z and s.

    and more of mine:
    eat breakfast every morning. stop blowdrying my hair.

  3. jenn

    So, I never wear earrings either. I think they look bad on me as well. I had my dad pierce my ears when i was in kindergarden..i begged him to do it. Then I never wore earrings. I still have my hole, surprisingly. Every now and then, I try to wear some but maybe this will be the year they stick. :). i need to stop biting my nails as well. it is hard.

  4. i will try to quit biting my nails too..the fridgerator might be tougher.
    xoxo Nita

  5. Sue

    I don’t know if you read all these comments but I suggest you try albacore tuna sashimi, ask for it cut very thin with ponzu sauce and chili oil over it or to dip it. Done right it is to die for and melts in your mouth. Enjoy!

  6. Why bother with the earrings?

  7. Written notes and less rotten food are definitely on my list!

    Sushi: Dragon and caterpillar rolls are easy ways to start. Salmon rolls and anything with cream cheese are good cheat rolls (often nothing raw in them).

    I miss living in DC – the Nationals (baseball) games are always a lot of fun and feel a bit nostalgic even.