" I will make a conscious effort to journal my thoughts
and mind ramblings
so that I can turn those little treasures into blog posts!"
This was a comment I left on a blog I was reading this afternoon. The blogger hopes to collect 100 Resolutions from her readers by each of them leaving one of their own. That was mine.
Before the years end, I was in Barnes & Noble looking for a Buffalo, New York calendar for my sister when I nearly knocked over a table. And, as in any great story, there, on that table, was the answer I had been secretly searching for.
I took my time. Picked each one up. Shuffled through her pages.
My New Year's Resolution: to be more organized with important dates and appointments but to also take the time to stop, jot down the thought that is in my head. I may never use it. But knowing that the words are there for me to use or bring back a memory is something I have been robbing myself of for years!
Here's to 2010! Here's to Resolutions!