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Old 01-02-2007, 05:53 PM   #31
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My resolution is to quit smoking. I had a plan of waking up yesterday morning and not smoking....

Well it'* now Jan 2nd, and I haven't even attempted....
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my resolution is to work out more, i need to drop a few pounds, but my specifc goal is to be able to easily support my body weight with 1 arm from any given angle or muscle group, i wanna climb trees with the greatest of ease, no particular reason, just something that would amuse me
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my resolution is to drink more, eat more potato chips, and get as much time playing xbox in as i can. I plan to enjoy life, not torture myself by making myself do things that i dfont want to do.
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well i have 3 for this yr... so far im doin good....

1) quit smoking!!!! so far so good its been a month since i have touched one... about 2 weeks since i have even had an though about smoking one..

2) quit drinking.... again so far so good... last time i got drunk was on dec 15 (my brother bday) and i managed to send a car sideways down the road and flip a bike..
(the reason behind this) on new yrs i did drink 3 beers (but i was at home and didnt leave.....)

3) focus more one school..... last yr at school was a drinking compation..... education!!!!!!! i need to get this school stuff done and over with......

ok i guess there is 4

4) get back into shape..... smoking and drinking is not good on the body.... smoking for 13 yrs i cant even run 100 ft... and drinking for 8 yrs i have a beer gut...
i wants be able to run agian.. and get rid of the beer gut.....

so far im doin good... im actully lookig forward to goin back to school here in a few day..
goin to a diff school so i dont know anyone there.. and since i quit smoking and drinking i have gotten alot more done and i feel alot better!!!!!!!

well there ya have it!!! wich you all luck with yours!!!!!!

PS: ill bring this thread back from the dead in like 3 months to see how yall doin!!!!
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