New Year’s Resolutions

Since I’m still doing the student thing, my life tends to revolve around the school year. So I’ve decided to make some New [School] Year’s Resolutions as I transition from the end of one school year to the next, and especially this year as I transition from undergrad to graduate, from W&M to SEBTS. Additionally, as I’ve been reflecting on my college experiences, I’ve thought about the ways I’ve grown and changed, but I’ve also realized there are several character qualities that I haven’t developed or sins that I’ve let fester in my life for far too long. I don’t want to get to the end of my time at seminary and realize that those are still there.

So, here’s my list of New Year’s Resolutions. They range from serious to silly, but I get to pick them, so that’s ok. πŸ™‚

  1. Develop self-discipline.
  2. Eliminate old sins.
  3. Be consistent about morning and evening prayer and devotional time.
  4. Be consistent about doing Bible study with Andy (the bf).
  5. Read more books for fun.
  6. Exercise regularly.
  7. Learn to sew.
  8. Complete my scrapbooks.
Much Love,

2 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolutions

  1. Those are some great resolutions Sarah. I’m working on a lot of the same things. For some reason morning prayer is easily forgotten and I’m finally making some time in my life for leisure reading. Good Luck!

    1. Thanks Becca! The morning prayer is improving, although I am having to work harder not to put it off now that I have a job. I have to learn to incorporate it into the time that it takes me to get ready in the morning. I guess I will have to become a morning person afterall… πŸ™‚

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