So the Mayan apocalypse theory appears to be another (failed) joke, the conspiracy people were wrong about the world ending in 2012. Hooray! Time for them to go back to watching grassy knoll footage in slow motion. So much for all these years of ‘waiting’ for it and playing Assassin’s Creed since 2007. In a way, I actually was ‘looking forward’ to the apocalypse. But hey…
Thank you Desmond Miles….
BUT! They were only half wrong. There’s a gigantic meteor hurtling toward earth at an alarming rate, and a 97.3% probability that we’re all going the way of the dodos and dinosaurs within three months. Yes, that is true. Now we wait for what happens in March.
So now since a-freaking-meteor-is-being-hurled-at-earth-and-we are-going-to-turn-to-dust-anyways, I’ll list down some things which I would want to change with my life (at least for 3 months?) I find this concept of ‘new year resolutions’ really ridiculous, on which I already gave my opinion in my first introductory post of this blog, I would want to highlight 3 things I want to change about my life, which is not something I would resolve for the new year, but heck I always wanted to and doing it anyways.
1. Write More
Today marks the end of week 1 of 2013, and in my about 6 years of blogging this is the first time I managed to write on my blog everyday, and that to more than 1 post! Bravo to me! While not limited to my blogs, I hope to write more. I don’t intend to be an author or anything, I’m just quite intrigued with journalism and creative writing.
2. Read More
It has been quite a long time since I indulged myself in the pleasure of reading (that includes my college books, quite evidently) which I haven’t done in perhaps, years. I ought to read good books more.
3. Stop making excuses to myself.
While this is the most important among the three I feel, which I actually never gave a thought about. I seldom give excuses to others (most cases in which I’m least bothered so this isn’t even the case to begin with and I don’t commit if I can’t fulfill) I need to stop them with myself individually and start using my head more.
So in short, it is less of ‘new year’s resolutions’ and more of ‘life-long self-improvement’ (again, unless we aren’t blown to dust in 3 months; dam why am I so excited about it?) I wonder if I can complete even one or come closer in checking off one goal in my bucket list, I just think bit big you see.