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If you missed my two previous posts, this is the third part of my New Year’s Resolutions. If you’ve read through them all, you should find yourself a sticker. You’ve earned it. Here are the rest!

I want to cook more.

Technically, this should work well with the wanting to lose weight thing, except that part of what I want to do is bake more. Either way, I know that I like the way I feel when I’m making my own food, so I’d like to continue having that feeling more often.

I want to take more pride in my appearance.

This probably sounds weird, but that’s the best way I can think of to phrase it.

I like my hair a lot more when it’s curled and I get at least 2, sometimes 3 or 4 days out of one 20 minute round of hair maintenance, so I see no reason to not put forth the effort to actually do my hair more often. I also always feel more productive when I have unchipped nail polish on my fingernails and when I have that and I’m wearing earrings, you should probably just go ahead and get out of my way, I’m making shit happen that day!

I want to be out of debt.

With student loans, I know that this is not something that I can do in one year. However, I can break this stupid credit card debt cycle and I’d like to do that before June. As of writing this post I have $1,890 in credit card debt that usually ends up staying about the same because I end up having to spend about as much as I pay down each month. Hopefully my tax return will cover a good portion, if not all of that, which will free up my budget to be through my checking account instead of bouncing back and forth between credit cards and my checking account.

As soon as I have my credit card balances to zero, it will be much easier for me to focus on my student loans as well as build some savings, which is something that I unfortunately don’t have right now.

So yeah, that last one turned out to be a little more practical than some of them, probably a good way to go out, huh?

All together I’ve got

I want to fail a lot more.
I want to lose weight.
I’m going to find a new job.
I want to write all of the things.
I want to read all of the things!
I want to be better.
I want to cook more.
I want to take more pride in my appearance.
I want to be out of debt.

9 things to work toward or get done in the coming year. Some are a little vain, some are more along the lines of personal development, all are things that I’m totally comfortable with and will be proud to say I’ve accomplished.

Now let’s see how well I do!