New Year"s Eve

Do you have a New Year”s Eve tradition that you do every year? I mean something more than setting resolutions that we know we won”t keep (or well I know I won”t keep them anyways).

I know that I do like most and start the new year off with the best of intentions. After a few weeks though, routine sets in again and I mean last year”s routine, not the one I have worked so hard on for the last two weeks.  So this year, I am not setting any resolutions. I will be plotting out my goals for the year ahead instead. I tend to actually achieve those. The resolutions not so much.

As for my goals for next year, tonightI will be working on putting them down on paper. I know a few things that I will continue to work on from this year such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Followers
  • Weight loss
  • Slowing down

Other than that, at the moment, I”m sure what other goals I will need yet. I will be working on this tonight though.

I am looking forward to the start of the new year. Are you?  I hope so. This year has got to be better than last year was. We dealt with so many things it was ridiculous.

  1. My Dad in the hospital started the year out.  a
  2. Aarron”s broken leg
  3. Kira”s moving out.
  4. Kira”s moving back in.
  5. Kira”s pregnancy.

Should I keep going? Yes, it”s been a rough year and I”m glad to see it go. All negativity aside though, a lot of good things happened too. Aarron”s projects are moving along nicely (finally). Hopefully we can get a few of them done this year. My garden is still growing well in the greenhouse Aarron got me this year. I am hoping to have some pumpkins soon.

Sorry, a little jumbled today. lol. I wanted to talk about traditions for New Year”s Eve. Do you have any traditions that you do every year at this time. We usually have black eyed peas and ham with cornbread for dinner.  This is supposed to bring you luck in the new year. Here”s to hoping it works.

What are your traditions?

Have a great day!


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