Well, it’s that time of year when we all make empty promises to ourselves. That’s right, our New Year’s resolution. Whether it’s losing weight or quitting smoking, we all decide we’re going to do something drastic to improve our lives. But let’s be honest; if we truly wanted to reach this goal, we would’ve done it on March 5 or August 17. I know it makes you feel warm and fuzzy to start when the calendar is fresh, but it isn’t helping anything. It’s just a way to trick your mind into thinking that the task is halfway done. Once you announce that you’re going to do something, it makes it less likely to happen. Your brain mistakes the talking for the doing. So, if you really want to... more »

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December 28, 2011

Start a Collection of Paperweights That Are Shaped Like Exercise Equipment


Drink Less for a Couple Weeks


Smoke Less for a Couple Days

Buy New Pajamas That Look Like Workout Clothes

Find Out How Expensive It is to Eat Healthy

Pay $30 a Month for a Plastic Keychain

Find Out How Little Sunlight Your Legs Have Seen

Appreciate Your TV More

Buy New Eventual-Lawn-Mowing Shoes

Learn How Terrible You Are at Learning to Play an Instrument

Start Saving Money and Then, Stop

Find New Places to Hide Your Alcohol

Lie More

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