I have a few: <br />
Get a steady, good paying job<br />
Lose weight, at least 20, at most 60<br />
And be a better person, wife, friend and daughter
My healing will make me better for them. Me being a cutter and bipolar isn't good for them. So I am fighting to correct it. It's not good for me either.
I don't believe in New Year's Resolutions b/c ppl can begin to improve their lives anytime of the year. Nevertheless, good for you and I wish you the best.
Very good point! I think whenever an issue arises and we have assessed it thoroughly we should take small steps to ameliorate. Love your answer!
You can do it!
I don`t make those....less pressure.
And your welcome!
last year mine was to lose 40 pounds. I lost 20 though and gained 40 afterwards. So I don't know what my NYR is for 2013
Buy a Ninja 650, get a six pack, and actually go out and do in the summer.
Work out, eat better and sleep more then just 2-4 hours a day
I know I should lose 40+ pounds but realistically I'll be OK with just not gaining any more. You'll thank yourself for getting the GED! :)
Community College is a respectable start and there are 2 year programs that get you somewhere. They had a Doha Debate about whether 4 years is worth it. I think not even though I did it. Good luck. You could always finish at a 4 year college.
To break my personal endurance sleeping record from 16-19 straight hours
Thank You. :-)
Good for you on both accounts...I think your pretty now though! Remain self-disciplined and focused!!
Social work, freaking awesome! I bet the helping field is very rewarding, and you sound like you will be a great fit; kids, education....
losae 50 pounds and get back into college without a loan
thx imma need it
get more drunk get more high