It’s a little odd, my title. But then again I have never been known to be an expert title writer or, more relevantly, a resolution completer. In London English; I am rubbish at making and keeping resolutions.
My New Year’s Resolution(s)
This time round, I didn’t even bother to make any. Actually, just one – to make sure my kitchen sink is free of dirty dishes before I start to cook. It’s more long term than short term. (I think…)
SMART resolutions (as opposed to ‘smart’ ones)
The concept of making resolutions is a good one. You set objectives and task yourself to follow through till the overall goal is achieved. If one can set SMART resolutions, one should find it fairly easy to achieve them. SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely.
So my resolution is to set monthly resolutions in bite sizes so I can try my best to achieve them. Hopefully, I’ll be in a better position to set New Year’s resolutions after a whole year of practice. It will make perfect. I, therefore, resolve to leave home earlier than usual, to get more beauty sleep, to go out with friends in this cold, to read my Bible more and to be more feminine.