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New year’s Resolutions

Those who are also following my german blog may remember my post about the resolutions I made in december last year. In addition to the typical New Year’s resolutions like doing sports again and quit smoking, I had planned to knit more for myself instead of producing one gift after another.

Well, I’ve already realized part of these resolutions. Since New Year’s day I have, for example, mainly knitted for myself or for my own pleasure. Although I also finished some pairs of socks for the gift drawer, I knitted them because I wanted to knit socks and not because I had to make gifts. At the moment I am working on the hooded sweater and the tank top I’ve mentioned in my last entry – and I’m enjoying it because knitting is so much more fun when there’s no deadline.

Doing sports again… Well, I’ve searched the internet for sports, studios and clubs to find the right ones and I made an overview of the trial days and regular training times of the various sports. But that’s about it. So far, I couldn’t overcome and really do some sport, so this point clearly goes to my weaker self.

As far as smoking is concerned… Well, I’m not sure. To quit smoking has been surprisingly easy, just as it was written in the book of Allen Carr, which I read to stop smoking. But I’m quite irritated about how often I think of smoking since then and how inseperable some situations seems to be linked to a cigarette. I’ve automatically grabbed after my cigarettes countless times, before I remembered that I’ve quit. So, I’m not feeling as a non-smoker yet, but I definitely don’t want to smoke again.

Well, this is the state of my new year’s resolutions. What about yours?