I know it's not technically New Year's Eve, but I don't have my laptop and am in the middle of cleaning my room, so I may as well do a New Year's Eve blog thing until my room gets clean.
Like last year, I'm just going to reflect on some stuff and then make goals that I'll never look back on because that the way this works, and also because I'm giving up on this blogging thing. We'll get to that in a second.
So firstly, I don't remember really setting any goals for this year besides "participate in (AND WIN) NaNoWriMo", which I did, sucka. With a much better story this time around, I'd say, but that's probably not going to be how I feel next year. Which might be a good thing if it means that I'm gettin better at this writing thing. Anyway, so with that goal out and done, I would say my Resolutions were all followed though. Yay for being a winner.
This year, I'm really going to set goals though. So let's Do This.
1. Work hard at school because I have nothing else going on.
2. Save up money. But also,
3. Get a better social life. Especially now I can drive. :) (Which is not to say you need to spend a lot of money to have a social life, but it does entail ocassionally HAVING money to do stuff.)
4. Get a job!
5. Be dilligent about senior year. ONE. MORE. YEAR.
6. NaNoWriMo, of course. (And also write more in general.)
7. Reread all 154 books I have on my bookshelf.
8. Sell some of those 154 books I will never want to read again.
9. Reorganize this hellish pigsty in which I currently reside.
10. No blogging. Cut down Facebook time. And the tweets.
It's ordered by what will/can be accomplished first. Most of it is considerably easy to do, but whatever dude. Setting my goals low is what's up, you know? Besides, you need to accomplish (relatively) short terms goals before you can move on to the big leagues. You gotta reaffirm you can do before you try.
So, right. That last goal, no blogging? It starts after this is posted. I don't need this blog anyway. Once I get all my notebooks sorted out, this will all be a distant memory. I spend too much time on the Internet already anyway, on the computer in general. I don't need this hindering what free time I've got left. Like now, when I have homework to do and a room to clean. It's a matter of will power, I know, but it's gotta start somewhere. So I'm starting here.
Happy New Year.
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