Who says you can only make resolutions for yourself at the start of a new year?
1) Work out regularly.
2) Be able to run 3 miles under 24 minutes again.
1) More walks
2) Less treats
1) Begin a very purposeful dietary eating habit. Not to be confused with going ON a diet, but merely having a GOOD diet. Not that we eat terribly, but we don't eat wonderfully either. We should start really being more intentional with our intake and become more balanced.
3) Skim down my closet. :gasp: I know. But there I said it. I just switched out my winter clothes for my summer clothes and realized an abundance of items that never saw outside. Tell me, what is the point. Besides, it gets frustrating shoving down clothes into my drawers so they can close properly, or borrowing "just one more hanger" from my hubby after he gets his dry cleaning back (and thus new hangers). So no more "I may wear this" and "It's kinda cute"... if I don't love it and wear it, it's outta there!
4) Start maximizing my clothes' cuteness. Since leaving the convenience of car travel in Cali and becoming a true pedestrian, my heels have been grossly abandoned. A whole closet full of them filled with dust is a horrible thing, and no-heels has meant no-cuteness (it's hard to feel motivated to put on that pencil skirt when I know I won't want to wear heels). But why? It doesn't need to be so. SO. I need to optimize the power of the cute flat.