I'm trying to be less angry around DC, and it's working so far, but we'll see.
Dry January is going well, although I was sorely tempted yesterday.
Ok, this is embarrassing but I can't remember what my resolutions were supposed to be. I think I said I'd read more? (haven't read anything yet)
Mine's going well so far, drink at least one big 20oz glass of water before I make coffee (but I've been having two so far). I feel a difference for sure. And keep going with your Dry January Anonymous! I quit drinking 4 years ago after several years of doing Dry January. Temp or permanent, taking a break from it is always a good idea, keep it up!
maybe I will try this! What difference were you aiming for? What difference do you feel so far?
@Anonymous I just wanted to feel less ... bad, less dehydrated and ragey. It's working. I feel more even. I used to drink a lot of coffee (mostly decaf but still, it's not hydrating) and wouldn't drink much water til later in the day. Frontloading the water is helping.
2021 feels like it's off to a very shaky start.
Ok. I’m trying to stop swearing, which is going somewhat fine. I’m trying not to buy anything for myself in the month of January. There’s a dress I’ve been eyeing for EIGHT WEEKS that finally became available again in my size, so I made an exception. february will be dry.
I broke Dry January because of yesterday‘s mess in DC. But my actual resolution this year was to handle work-pandemic life balance better than I did last year. I think it’s going pretty well so far but that might just be because the downtime over the holidays helped me recharge a bit. We will see when I burn out again...
Good afternoon! Honestly, I am totally happy now. We moved to New York City last year, and there were a lot of problems we had to solve together. We finally got good jobs and found a perfect daycare center for our daughter. By the way, who lives in Brooklyn and goes to Little Scholars Kindergarten Brooklyn? Tell me, please, are all the daycare centers in New York so good? I wonder about the conditions kids have there and all their classes. They will be totally prepared for school in a year. What are they going to do at school? It will be too boring for them.
My congratulations, friend! Well, I should say that the Little Scholars children care Brooklyn is one of the best preschools in New York City. My daughter has changed three daycare as we often move. She says this one is her favorite. Well, it is reasonable to put kid there. But I don't think it is possible to prepare for school in a year. Except your kid is a genius. Otherwise, you should not be worried about boring school life. Little Scholars center has a professional program that is divided into four stages according to age. Unless a kid finishes one stage, he can't move to another one.
My resolution was to spend more time with the kids. As a result, we had too much work to do and I am trying to spend more time with my family now, while the calm is.
@Anonymous actually I was able to stick to mine. Lost 20 pounds, have been working out daily. It wouldn’t have been possible had I not lost my job. I would never have had the time and energy to focus. Its been the silver lining in an otherwise dismal time.
Thanks for asking, it's going great, I almost achieved everything!