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It's Here!

2011 is here. And I'm so excited about it!!! I welcomed 2011 with my family in N. Ecija. We missed my sister, nephew and brother-in-law who are all in the US, but it's all good because this is all part of a bigger blessing or plan. :)

So... 2011, what's the plan? I have 3 things in mind that I will focus on this year.

First is.. TO SAVE!
Being out of the workforce for almost half the year made me want to save up more for future "breaks" I might be taking again. Haha! But kidding aside, it's a really a good idea to start saving up seriously. I know I should have started seriously saving 5 years ago (when I just started working), but it's never too late to start right? Plus, to justify my 'expenses', I can proudly say that the money was well-spent and truly enjoyed. =P

Second... GET FIT!
Seriously get fit! I've been finding excuse after excuse to not workout and this has to change. Maybe I need to find something I'll enjoy doing and hopefully this activity is cheap. I'm planning on taking tennis lessons with Kai during the weekends. For the weekdays, hopefully I'll start liking the idea of jogging. It's effective for Arvic and he seems to enjoy it. So I'm giving it a shot again. Plus... new running shoes should be enough motivation to jog. :) Oh.. and diet diet diet! Love your body dapat! :)

Third... STAY POSITIVE!
A healthy body is not just enough.. a healthy attitude should be added too. I plan to get rid of all the negative vibes. No to bitterness.. no to fear of the unknown.. no to doubt. This year should all be about being happy and feeling the love. :)

So gear up for me 2011. Let's get started! :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Calvin said…
Go! buy a new pair of running shoes and takbo ka na rin. :)
Calvin said…
Go! buy a new pair of running shoes and takbo ka na rin. :)
princess_dyanie said…
ma momotivate ka magjogging pag nakikita mo ang new shoes mo kasi iisipin mo na ay sayang ang pinambili. kelangan gamitin. hahaha :))
maierz said…
hey Cza was going thru your blog posts nakakaaliw! followed u na! will finish reading the rest of ur past entries sa ibang araw! :D
maierz said…
hey Cza was going thru your blog posts nakakaaliw! followed u na! will finish reading the rest of ur past entries sa ibang araw! :D

http://maierz.blogspot.com
docgelo said…
i think your 3 considerations for this year are very viable. i like them all, i just don't know if i can also do your #2 (dami kasi masarap na food! hehehe).
Cza said…
@Calvin - meron na! :D this is it!!!
Cza said…
@dyanie - Tamaaaaa! :D

@maierz - Thank you! :D New blogger friends.. *apir!*

@doc - uy.. salamat! Sana nga matupad :)

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