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Friday, January 3, 2014

Blogathon Post 3: The New Resolution

Every year, I make the same resolutions that I had made the year before, and diligently break them in the first few days. This year I decided to do something different, and make do-able resolutions which does not require a complete 180.

So my 2014 resolution is (Much fanfare)
Stop multi-tasking.
Yes, no typo there. I end up wanting to do so many things at the same time, that I get tired and do nothing at all. 

So, this year, I am going to focus on one thing at a time. It started with the new year's eve, and then, followed up with not even researching on all the courses that I want to do and the treks that I want to go to. There are a couple of big things happening this month, and they will be having all my attention~ (What! I couldn't bring that number down to one - then I would go crazy!).

More significantly, I have finally merged all my blogs into one. I am so proud of my book reviews (like insanely obsessively proud, even if no one reads them!), and happy with the documentation of the cooking, but don't see the need to have different space and different time allocations for the same. So, all the posts have been merged into this blog, and you can check them out individually on the top tab of this blog's home page!

I feel clear-headed already!


Anonymous said...

Multi-tasking is non-productive and addictive too. in meetings, people fidget and go so uneasy if you ask them shut their laptops and mobiles, it isnt funny!
So, a good resolution ...

Kunal Chandra said...

Did you miss a post? I hope you at least make it to the half-marathon. You were a secret inspiration - hope you stay the course and drag others along....

Ms K said...

Waiting to read the next ones!!

Archana said...

Hehe, I missed 2 posts - but thought no one would notice! Caught in the action or inaction!