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Thursday, January 13, 2005

New Year's Resolutions

Well, it was only last year that I started having a number of resolutions for myself. The hardest resolution that I ever had for myself was such aboo-boo. Why? Because it never materialized. It was hard to put such discipline in myself when all the factors that involves it come into play.



Anyway, I will still include that in this year's resolutions.

1 - save for the rainy days (they always say, "keep on trying till you can")
2 - leisure trip in Thailand (this has been a 2-years long delayed plan)
3 - make it my mission to clean the house of unwanted stuff, either throw them away or donate it to someone or a perhaps a group (I am satisfied with myself everytime I do this during the weekends)
4 - make my parents happy (I am starting to make my parents' lives in our new, small house in Cavite a little bit comfortable. Basically, it will defy my #1 resolution but it is okay)
5 – have a final decision if I am really going to resign within the year (I still want to go back to school and I have not saved enough and I am thinking of trying my luck in call centers while taking up my master's degree either in economics, public administration or environmental science/management)

Well, it is still nice to have some resolutions for yourself because there are times that you will actually contemplate executing them for real.

4 comments:

  1. Alone in Thailand? Can I go with you?

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  2. john, hindi naman. May mga kasama po, but you can join us if you like =) THe more, the merrier, as they say.

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  3. Magkano naman kaya ang damage?

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  4. john, wala pa ko estimate eh. pero sabi nila mga 25k daw which is kasama na luho mo dun. sabi naman ng iba, ok na yung16k to 20k. ain't sure, though.

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