New year’s resolutions 2011: A review

Me at Trafalgar Square, New Year's Eve one year ago

New Year’s Eve is getting closer, but I still haven’t come up with my resolution for next year. Last year I actually set up several goals, and while I haven’t managed to fulfilled them all, I did keep some of the promises.
For instance, I’ve started powerwalking in the mornings and I’ve resisted cutting my hair all year. I’ve also spent less time texting, e-mailing and talking on the phone, and more on meeting people IRL.
Unfortunately, I still haven’t had the chance to visit Florence, and I’ve hardly played poker or Angry Birds at all. I think I will keep Florence as one of my resolutions for next year, while Angry Birds feels very 2010.

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5 Responses to New year’s resolutions 2011: A review

  1. Robert says:

    Happy New Year to you and your loved ones, including my little buddy Greger.

  2. Araceli Estrada says:

    Great resolutions. I haven’t even thought of mine yet. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones!

  3. Cinz says:

    I think i need some NY resolutions too,hehe…..love this photo of you! Has it already been one year since your trip to the UK? Gosh time flies…..

    I so agree about the texting and emailing, this world has gone all cyber on us now,lol. But i gotta admit, i have been whatsapp’ing lioke 24/7 ever since i got my iphone 4. Hopefully you won’t get hooked on that app! Well, you could choose to not download it i suppose;) I downloaded the free trial of angry birds and for some reason, i got boredof it within minutes of playing it, lol…

    Florence is a must see place, i loveed it and of course not to mention their delish gelatos!!! You should definitely go there next year:D

    Btw, wishing you a happy new year and hope you have a wonderful 2012 ahead! Godt nytar Antonia:)

    Cinz
    http://cinzee.wordpress.com

  4. A Norwegian says:

    Florence. That´s nice. Very “While You Were Sleeping”.

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