Two days ago, I began a whole different post.
It was about failure and resolutions for a year we’ve now lost. Failed resolutions. I didn’t intend to fail, but then, I didn’t make any real effort to win so technically, failure was assured. Actually, that’s not even technical, that’s logical and I cannot (or should not) lament something I chose.
After Nano Poblemo, I said I would blog more. I haven’t, yet, and I’m not sure why I feel guilty about it. It’s crazy because I’m creating failures for myself.
So, it seems that this post too, is about failure.
And it isn’t.
Nano Poblano was a resolution. Not one timed with the New Year but one that came at the eleventh hour on the last day of October. I’d procrastinated. I’d thought about it for days previously before I finally committed to it. And then I did it – I blogged everyday for a month.
I set myself some resolutions for 2015. None of them were unreasonable or unrealistic but I didn’t take them on. I wondered how they were any different from my Nano Poblano challenge.
They weren’t different. Except, there was this little part of my brain that believed I could write a blog post everyday.
This post was going to be about lots of things. Instead of resolutions, I’m going to focus on believing.
Happy New Year, my friends.
Whatever you do in 2016, be your best.