See my Non-Existent New Year’s Resolutions for 2013

Happy New Year, amazing readers! See you in 2013!

See my Non-Existent New Year Resolutions for 2013. Just as in 2012, why set yourself up for failure by setting absurdly unattainable goals? I’d rather embrace joy, work to improve where I can, and be the best me I know how to be.

Is your New Year Resolution list as empty as mine?

Is your New Year Resolution list as empty as mine?

How about you? Did you make New Year’s Resolutions, or is your approach to the New Year similar to mine? Share your thoughts in the comments! 

Please share this post with other people who decided to kick New Year resolutions to the curb. Thank you!

Read the last post here: 2013 is the Year You Embrace Your Creativity With Confidence

Please make sure to visit my homepage and subscribe to my blog for more great posts on travelbloggingsocial mediahumorwriting, and more!

Share the love! Tweet about this on Twitter161Share on Facebook15Pin on Pinterest2Share on LinkedIn9Share on Google+4Share on TumblrShare on StumbleUpon59Email this to someone

13 Comments

  1. How wise you are Amberr.
    Love and light to you and yours in 2013.

    xox

  2. LOL! I have to say I did do some of my own resolutions, but I am hoping that I am successful this year. I find that optimism is my best friend this time of the year.

    I found you through @amotherlife and followed you. I hope you get the opportunity to take a look at my blog some time and, if it so compels you, to follow me as well. :D

    Have a great new year! I hope 2013 is good to you and yours.

  3. I agree!
    My New Years resolution list is also empty. I strive everyday to be the best person I can be, and make good decisions.
    Cheers!

  4. I’m right with you Amberr! Just do the best you can instead of trying to achieve something you know you’re not going to stick to. Don’t worry, be happy!!
    Happy New Year!

  5. Carlos Romero has left a comment on your post.

    Ha ha mine exists: #CPirateTV Supports Youth in their music of Freedom of Expression rather than their hostilities turn N2 Agression

  6. I’m with you. I would like to make a few improvements, but I am not calling them resolutions. Resolutions come with too much guilt if you fall behind on them. Hope you have a wonderful year, Amberr!

  7. Instead of setting resolutions, we mainly just set goals for our business’s growth. Even if we don’t meet or exceed the goals, it helps to motivate and get us moving further in that direction.

    Thanks for all that you do! You are so active with this blog and I love it! Just wish I had more time to get over here to comment on more of your posts!

    Happy New Year and may your blog even grow faster this year!

  8. I’ve never been one to write down resolutions for New Years. I kind of throw ideas in my head. Now if only I can follow through!

  9. I called them “Resolutions” but really they are just goals broken down into actionable steps, & I have zero inclination toward beating myself up if I fail to achieve them. Except riding an elephant. I might beat myself up if I don’t pursue that. Because *YES*.

    Having said all that, however, I don’t use Jan. 1st as a specific annual “GO” date, since I participate in the ROW80 challenge, which is quarterly. And I’m recording my progress on my bloggy-blog.

    I’d like to say I don’t need “Resolutions” (or whatever) to “be the best me”, but if I’m being honest with myself, I’m a lazy-ass couch potato & I absolutely must have a specific set of directions to follow or else I’ll just nap under an afghan all day. My plans & lists & whatnot keep me involved with the world! :)

  10. I always make the same resolutions:

    1. To eat more junk food.
    2. To exercise less.
    3. To be meaner to others.

    That way, I don’t feel bad when I break them.

Your thoughtful comments are love to me. Thank you!

LET’S CONNECT

  • rss
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • google
  • pinterest
  • instagram
  • amazon
  • goodreads
  • tumblr
  • youtube
  • email
  • bloglovin

AMBERR MEADOWS

WHO AM I?

I’m an Atlanta, Georgia Social Media Manager, blogger, writer, and brand ambassador with a passion for travel, photography, social media, blogging, creativity, and great books. I'm a thinker, dreamer, lover, and compassionate soul. Expect a heavy dose of humor lightly sprinkled with sarcasm. Welcome!

Subscribing has been proven to increase happiness. Enter your email address to subscribe to new posts.

Adsense

ARCHIVES

2014 GOODREADS CHALLENGE

2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
Amberr has read 38 books toward her goal of 115 books.
hide