5 Reasons Not to Post a New Year’s Resolution Post

As a blogger, I feel this unreasonable compulsion to write a New Year’s Resolution blog. A blogger is by nature someone who is self-involved or self-important enough to think that whatever they have to say is of value and/or interest to other people. Such people tend to be particularly prone to making new year’s resolutions. (sorry if I offended anyone there. Of course I don’t mean you!)

But honestly, I hate new year’s resolutions. So instead, here are my top 5 reasons why you won’t get a post about my new year’s resolutions:

  1. It will get buried among all the other introspective and insightful blogs currently flooding the blogosphere.
  2. I can’t think of anything original. You know, lose weight, get healthy, cook more, etc. etc.
  3. I’m feeling lazy, and don’t want to write something insightful. That’s why you’re getting this post instead.
  4. I’ll just break them tomorrow anyway.
  5. No one’s going to read it – they’re all recovering from their hangovers!

So that’s it. My top 5 reasons for not imposing a New Year’s Resolution post on you.

Don’t worry. I’ll have something introspective and insightful soon enough. Maybe.

In the meantime, Happy New Year!

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  6. Oops, just posted my resolution post!

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