Tuesday, January 1, 2013

2013 Resolutions

Yes, this is a New Year Resolutions post. I'm such a cliche. 


THINGS THAT I MAY OR MAY NOT DO IN 2013

RUN A 10K RACE
This one scares me.  At this moment, I can't run a mile without stopping to walk.  I go through phases of working out, but I've always wanted to be a runner.  I recently started the Couch to 5K program.  Everybody needs to start somewhere right?  So far, so good.


DRINK MORE WATER
The more I drink, the better I feel.


BECOME TRULY DEDICATED TO A GOOD SKINCARE ROUTINE
I noticed my first fine lines this year*. ACK.  After a mini meltdown (complete with a vodka-powered Google search for local Botox offices**), I sobered up and  decided such drastic measures probably weren't necessary at this point.  I did some more research and purchased some skincare products to reverse some damage and prevent future wrinkles. I'm loving my current routine and I've already noticed some results!  That alone is enough motivation for me to keep it up.

*Can I get preachy for a second?  If you go to the tanning bed, STOP.  If you don't wear sunscreen, START. My dumb self ignored both pieces of this advice for so long, hence my current predicament.
**Dr. McFadden is apparently the best of the best.  You're welcome, Upstate readers.


MAKE MORE MEALS AT HOME
Save money and be healthy? I'm in. Plus, Pinterest has so many recipes that I'm dying to try.
Follow my "Foodie" board on Pinterest by clicking here.
(I always try and add a comment with a quick yay/nay once I've tried a recipe, too!)


AND LAST BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST...
buy this print here
All day, erry day




Happy 2013, y'all!  What are your resolutions?





6 comments:

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    1. thank you, valentina! your blog is beautiful!

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  2. Love! - we are having the same issues all around.

    Wrinkles, laziness, too much booze not enough H20.

    Lets be best friends.

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    1. LOL. You are so right. And I love you.

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  3. You can definitely run a 10k!! My sister had never run more than 3 miles and ran a marathon with me 5 years ago. Trust me you can learn to be a runner!

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    1. At this point, even 3 miles would be a huge accomplishment for me, ha! I'm super impressed that you've run a marathon -- I'm going to need all of the advice I can get from you!

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