Ah, the start of a new year. The slates are wiped clean, and resolutions are made in the hopes of making this THE YEAR. This is also the first time in which I really didn’t greet the new year with the same optimism like new years past. I didn’t greet 2013 at all, really; it just came while I was out dancing. My mentality is, the previous years didn’t bring anything particularly spectacular; why should I waste hope that this will be THE YEAR for me? The year that I will meet the love of my life? The year that I will start traveling overseas? Why bother getting psyched for something that may or may not happen?
But then again, a lot can happen in 365 days, and I already know of at least two good things that will happen this year: I will pay off the last of my credit card debt, and I will complete my first half marathon. So maybe that will be the start of more good things to come.

2013–I’m cautiously optimistic. To say the least.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Olivia says:

    I’m with you on paying the last of credit card debt. I’m tired of playing the balance transfer game and just want one less bill on my plate. We got this!


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