Resolutions 2006

Okay Chicago, what are you going to do differently in 2006?  Are you giving something up?  Are you doing something new?

I’m supposed to be writing an hour every day, exercising more and cutting out a cup of coffee a day.  So far, I must confess, I have failed.  I am also going to finish my grad school application…..

Anyone that can keep their resolution for 6 months, when we meet up and a next reader meet, I’ll buy you a beer.  Even if I vehemently disagree with your personal politics.

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5 Comments so far

  1. JenniferRoche (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 12:58 pm

    Last year I gave up diet soda, which was really really hard. Just thinking about a Big Gulp makes me want to rush over to 7-11 right now.I replaced it with coffee therapy, though so my caffeine intake has remained stable thank god.

    This year I’m trying to give up fried foods, which is really hard, too. Had to pass on Raj Darbar’s veggie samosas last week and that was painful. It ain’t easy.

  2. Dave! (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 12:59 pm

    I resolve to make no more resolutions. See you in six months for a beer. :)

  3. Marty (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 1:06 pm

    Dave! That’s awesome. ;) Tentative date for the beer: 6/3/06. I think I can put enough away to live up to my (not properly thought out) promise.

  4. anonymous (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 3:36 pm

    My resolutions are:
    No more pop except if I’m in a restuarant with a waitress (I go to Panera, Jimmy John’s etc etc alot so that doesn’t count as a restuarant)

    Write in my journal more

    Pilates twice a week

    Make an effort to meet new people

    I think thats it!

  5. Alana (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 10:53 pm

    I am hunkering down to kick start a children’s aid organization to bring arts and sports activities to areas suffering from recent impacts such as the tsunami of 2004 and this past summer’s hurricanes. The goal of the non-profit will be to provide a couple of hours worth of organized activites every day while the kids are in their transient situations (shelters, etc.).

    It’s a simple idea, I know. It may not sound like much, but I’ve done it, I know it works, I know it’s good for the kids, and now that’s what I want to do with my life.


    So if the Metblogs community knows of any lawyers wanting to contribute some time to a good cause, I sure could use some help right about now. This paperwork is making me cry.

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