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A Look Back To My 2012 New Years Resolution

Ken Hayes

I’ve been thinking about a New Year’s resolution for 2013, and it’s been tough.  So for a little inspiration, I looked back to see how I did on my 2012 resolution.  I had to actually look back to remember what it was, so I already failed I guess.  Maybe only a little.

Here’s last year’s resolution:

My new years resolution for 2012 is to quit worrying about stupid stuff. This pretty much boils down to relaxing from my neurotic nature which includes, but not limited to:

  • Germs
  • Death
  • Illness
  • Food Poisoning
  • Thermal Nuclear Holocaust
  • Space Junk Falling On My House
  • Experiencing Diarrhea On A Plane
  • Kid Germs
  • Undercooked Chicken
  • Finding Out I Was Adopted
  • Liver Damage
  • My Cat Attacking Me In My Sleep

These are all things I worry about daily and need to stop so I can have a more enjoyable life. That’s what I’m going to try to do. Chill out a little.

So how did I do?

I quit worrying about space junk falling on my house,

I got some sort of food poisoning once this year, so apparently that was something I needed to worry about.

I got life insurance, so I kind of faced the fact that someday I will die.  Worrying a lot less about that now.

Kid germs still suck, but there wasn’t any poop accidentally smeared in the bathroom in 2012.

So what’s up for 2013?  I’m going to think it over a little bit and let you know tomorrow.

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