Personally, I'm pretty excited about this fact. My friend Michelle however? Not so much.
MICHELLE: Now I've got to remember to write 2013 instead of 2012? I'll never remember that!She'll come round to the idea... eventually.
Anyways, I hope that you all had an enjoyable New Year's celebrations, and that it will only mark the first of many amazing nights that you will experience this year.
If you've been following this blog closely for a year or two, well... you deserve a medal.
Couldn't find a medal, have a sticker instead.
But other than deserving a medal, you may remember that I don't do New Year's resolutions. I do New Year's aims.
Let's have a look at how 2012's aims went before looking forward to 2013's...
No matter. I'll just try to do better next year!
So, drum roll....
- Get a job
- Finish the book I'm trying to write
- Make a short film
- Learn a new language (for real this time)
- Attend a festival (film/music)
Monthly/weekly/daily/regularly updated aims
- Keep a 2013 jar. Write down all of the good things that have happened to you over the year on a piece of paper and put in the jar. Open it on the 31st December 2013.
- Tell the people in my life that I love them more often
- Visit ten restaurants I've never been to before
- Be vegetarian for a month
- Do project 52
- Complete fifty aims from your 101 in 1001 list
- See at least fifty films in the cinema
- Give blood
- Have a beach party
- Set off a paper lantern
- Go on a road trip
- Leave nice messages behind for random people to find
- Play penny can with Ashleigh
- Go for coffee with Christie (because you did promise)
- Go to see a TV show being filmed live
- Do, make or visit thirteen things/places that you saw on pinterest
- Have a picnic with friends
- Meet one of my idols
- Start up the charity spotlight page you've been planning for the blog
- Interview someone you admire
Let's hope I'm more successful this year than I was last year.
All the best for 2013 guys! Hope it treats you well.