Good intentions.

You know, I say on this very blog, very often, that I have good intentions but I fail to execute the given task. So, here’s another round of the photo a day challenge that I probably won’t do.

To be fair, I did do Day 1. You, now.

And because it’s easy, I might even do Day 17. In my fridge. It appeals to me because I don’t even have to leave home for that one.
Ok. In all seriousness, the point of this post is I really have to stop being half-arsed about everything. If I make a commitment, I have to follow through. I really have to get myself organised and sorted and stop making excuses for my laziness. So there. It’s out there. Let’s see if I can get my act together.

0 thoughts on “Good intentions.”

  1. I did this for one month & it's DANG HARD WORK…not the easiest thing to start the committment thing with, I don't think. Stick with big stuff – like a successful marriage, kids that are fed, clothed & watered [if you have them???!!!]…much easier:):):) Just joking… good luck, anyways:):):)

  2. LOL! I know it will be hard work, I am thinking of it like a running challenge: it won't be easy, but the results will be worth it! Now, where did those children get to…

  3. Soooo…you've had the run….taken the photo…worth it???!! LOVE your take on in the fridge. Very clever:):):) Is the M7 Sydney way. We've got the F3 up here & I reckon the car fumes would choke you before you finished running!!!!

  4. Yep the M7 is down here in Sydney. It has a dedicated cycle and walking path. Fumes wise, it's not too bad, but I've never been on it in peak hour, so I can't say for sure! LOL!

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