Hi. My name is Kathy and I’m a procrastinator. It’s nice to meet you.
As I was contemplating what my New Year’s Resolutions were going to be this year, I realized this:
I never maintain my Resolutions.
So many people have all these great ideas of what they want to do, want to get done, want to get accomplished in the New Year. And I’m one. Come January first, we’re gung-ho, full of vim and vigor (whatever that means) to turn over a new page, start something new, and full of good intentions.
And, as I said, this includes me.
Somehow, at the end of the year, more often than not, in the final analysis of what I’ve accomplished, achieved, or completed with said Resolutions, the sum total remains Zero. Zilch. Nada. Nothing.
It’s pretty depressing.
This year I am, once again, and like nearly every other year, determined to take action. Do something proactive. GET SOMETHING DONE.
And, incidentally, be able to account for how I’ve spent my 2018.
There’s two days left to think about, plan, and process what I want my 2018 to look like…so off to the drawing board.