That seems a little over-the-top for the start of another year, or another year to make out of the world statements and call them resolutions.
I seem to recall last year, expressing my dear love to the idea of being able to fly, like Superman, however I can only tell you how disappointed I am that I did not succeed that particular new year resolution. Instead, I can confidently say that I found some fantastic new music and some great new friends. In that order. Although some of those new friends also brought me to the attention of some more great music, so, thanks uni!
But you may ask, what have I set myself this year?
I can only reply with one clear answer, and it’s one of great concern to all those around me who understand that I really did need that cookery book for Christmas.
To not die from food poisoning.
It seems like a fair argument, I think, especially when you look back on the last few months from moving into my flat in London where cooking has become a need-to-do thing, sort of, imperative to survive. Sadly for me though, cooking at university was a first for me and only ended in disaster on the first few attempts but slowly but surely, I am beginning to get the gist of things and hopefully I won’t try anything too adventurous with food (this excludes chilli-cheese-toasties which are a must keep).
But enough of this rubbish, enjoy your new year parties and celebrations! Get off the computer, or phone, or tablet, or television, or holographic device or what ever space-age technology you use to read WordPress blogs. Enjoy your day and enjoy the year, it’s 2013, and remember, we survived the apocalypse!!
Oh, and be sure to check out my new review site – The Daily Review – which was also launched earlier today!