There go the resolutions.
Resolutions are a funny thing. I make about 300 of them every single day. Eat better, excercise more, have more patience, stop procrastinating, stop half-assin', drink less. All the same jazz every time I let one slip a little. Which happens all the time.
This year, I'm calling a truce to all my resolutions. I resolute to not resolute.
Instead, I'm just gonna be real smart about my actions. If it makes sense to go into my bod, well, toss it in. If it's bad for me, skip it. If I feel like waking up at 5 am and going on a jog, do it. If my muscles needs rest, skip the gym. If I can knock it off the to do list, just crank it out and be done forever. If I have to take a breather before I lose my patience, well...just close my eyes and reset my composure. Try new foods - don't just eat the familiar. Splurge on things that might make my life a little easier - like the new mega-tiny 11" Air MAC I just bought. Cook more at home, and skip the sick feeling I get close to every time I eat out - not cause of the food, but because I get so excited I way, way overeat. Travel new places - even if it's just a weekend flight somewhere cheapo (out of the country, of course). Go camping and look at the stars. STOP using the iphone in mid-convo, mid-dinner, mid-driving. Engage more with every little thing around me. See more. Watch more. Amp up the awareness level. Finish a book - not have eight going. Let my mind drift more. Streamline all my belongings. Structure my existence for how I live, not how others impact my world.
Basically, just keep on keepin' on. Try flyin' in a small plane. Give the bar method a go. Practice different ways to get my sailboat into the slip. Lay on the floor and stare at the ceiling (without feeling slightly weird). Give peeps the benefit of the doubt. Handwrite more stuff. Give my eyes a break. Walk and walk with no set destination in mind.
And, mainly when it comes to food...realize and accept that it is my favorite thing in the entire world. Massage it, let it flourish and use it for the good of mankind. Yup, food. Learn about it, don't fear it. And, lastly - EAT IT ALL.