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I am a rebel.

Um. Okay, I’ll be honest.

I’m rebellious.

That’s difficult to admit. In fact, I feel like I should say —

My name is Julia, and I’m rebellious.

ef1h5yttmz8-annie-sprattSome of it really is because I’ve found things that work for me, and the things that are more “normal” don’t work for me. For instance socks. I don’t wear socks on a regular basis. Seams. I don’t need to say more than that. Those who know, know. Those who don’t, won’t get it. And that’s okay.

The reason I bring this up is because it’s the beginning of a new year.

Many people hold to the tradition of Resolutions. Goals are awesome. It’s great to head a
direction if you can. Many people follow up on the Resolution tradition with the nearly as popular Break the Resolution tradition. I can’t get myself to do that. Why put all that effort into coming up with a goal only to blow it off? For some it’s exercise daily, for others it’s to drink  more water. Some people choose to make huge changes, others want small changes.

I don’t go with resolutions at the beginning of the year. If a habit is worth starting, it’s worth starting in November or October or even the middle of January, anytime really.

If you haven’t made any resolutions, good for you! 😀 If you have and you’ve broken them, rethink them and try again tomorrow. And if you’ve made them and have kept them – Well done. resolutions-1143319_1280-annca

Just in case you were cur
ious, I have made some goals for myself. I do this every so often, so don’t  get too excited that I did it at the beginning of January. 😉 I’m not sharing them here though. Not today. I might share them when I check them off. They’re insane goals, and I don’t know that I can do them. So I’m not going to spout them off.

But I wish you success on yours and for your year, and I hope you’ll do the same for me.

Happy New Year! 😀

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