New Year, new Post; same old clichés, apparently!
Some changes have happened since May: I have been doing freelance editing/writing and working at the restaurant 2 days a week; therefore, I have learned even newer ways to thrive in NYC without money. I know, the joy!
One way, I lowered my rent by moving; I have gone back to shopping at Trader Joe’s; and I also ditched my beloved gym membership. I spent an entire post rhapsodizing about how I would give up everything but my endorphin factory. I am going to cover this in a post further down the road. Today, I will be very honest and admit that I am getting my New Year’s goals started by dedicating time to something I believe in, writing this blog.
Recently, I have heard people asking “What is your New Year’s resolution?” This question irks me. I feel like it is worn out. I understand that the sentiment comes from something good, connecting with others. And I participate in setting goals for myself every year. I just don’t like the notion of saying resolution, because it immediately makes me feel like it should be broken.
This made me think: What are good questions?
Do you have questions you like to be asked? Questions you don’t like?
What questions do you like to ask?