Happy New Years

Well..

Happy New Years. 2020. What a fucking shitshow this has become…

It’s been a while since I’ve used this site, but part of my new-years resolution has been to maybe try and revitalize this old blog and see if I can find something to say.

I’m not healthy I’m but I’m mostly happy. I have a family, who I adore, and who mostly tolerate me. I work, I have a decent job, but progressive mismanagement means I’m going to die working. No retirement, no chance. So that’s it. I die working, and for my family’s sake I hope my life insurance is paid up.

I’m Bi-Polar… Diagnosed. I’m also, ADHD (Undiagnosed) and probably ASD (Aspergers – also Undiagnosed)

I’m also one of the lucky ones who is specifically intolerant of medication… So I go through life, fighting my demons by hand. Fun huh?

So New Years Day.

Yeah.

That Happened.

My *PRIMARY* resolution this year is to get my financial house in order. It’s doable, which is why I picked it as a resolution. Pay off my credit cards, increase my income by at least 30% over the course of the next year. Stop operating at a deficit.

My *SECONDARY* resolution this year is to start writing again. I used to write a lot… Not for you, but for me. Because writing helps me process my stress, and when you process your stress, you end up with less stress.

And who couldn’t do with less stress. Right?

I’m upright, I’m facing forward, and I’m on the right side of the grass. Let’s see how long that holds out. 🙂

One thought on “Happy New Years

  1. “It’s never too late to become the person you want to be.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

    It sounds like you are ready to step forward and address your life. Make it what you want it to be to the best of your abilities. The rest will slide into place. Rooting for you.

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