I had some trouble writing this one. I’ve never been a fan of the New Year resolution phenomenon. I believe that when you want to loose weight or quit smoking you have to start immediately, not wait for the New Year to come, or Monday, for that matter. However, these past two years were kind of eye-opening for me and now I have different priorities and different perspective on life, and I have some goals for the year to come. I started the quit-smoking-process 2 weeks ago, so that’s done, but I’d like to continue the trend. And on that same page, I’d like to stay healthier. Nothing radical like dieting and 24/7 hours at the fitness. Something like more exercise, long walks with Milo and Martin, things like that. As I’m still unemployed I hope this will be over soon and I’ll work my ass off because I seriously can’t stand the idleness any more. My other goal is correlated to the previous one – to travel more, here in Bulgaria because there are so many magical places that I haven’t found the time to visit, in Europe with a first destination London in March, and if I’m lucky enough outside Europe with something exotic and totally amazing. I also want to write more here on WordPress as I’ve found it makes me happy to share my mix of interests and my thoughts with others. I’d love to draw a lot, I have so many great ideas, and to work on my photography skills. I would love to reconnect with old friends and meet new people, have great parties, cook delicious dishes for my boyfriend, watch excellent movies, wear beautiful clothes and even more beautiful shoes, renovate my apartment, drive a new car, listen to great music and have and abundance of laughs.

All of these are not resolutions. They are not something I’ll check on a list to see if I’m doing well. These are the goals that I want to achieve not only in 2014 but in my life as a whole. So fingers crossed I’ll be lucky enough to set on the right foot and if I do I’ll make sure to share every experience with you!

13 thoughts on “Resolved

  1. I hope your stopping smoking is going well! I have not had one for coming up 5 years now, with no cravings – and I feel much better. Long walks with your dog and friends is also a wonderful thing to strive for. Goals are much better than resolutions. Also, I wish you the best with getting a new job – as you say the idleness really gets to you. I love travelling, and was lucky to have a few days away after Christmas, so hope you get the opportunity to get away soon. For somewhere a little different – New Zealand is nice. :-). Nice food? Try a Rhubarb and White Chocolate cake. I think you have already started off on the right foot!


    • I have no desire to smoke which is a good thing. I believe this is the right way to stop, with will and resolve. and I have to say 5 years is a great accomplishment! New Zealand sounds absolutely wonderful, it’s on 2nd place, right after Cambodia, on my “places I want to visit” list šŸ™‚ I don’t know if I’ll be lucky enough to go this year but I’ll make sure I’ll do it in the future! And I’ll definitely try the recipes, thanks for the suggestions! And thanks for visiting my blog šŸ™‚


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