Monster Blog Thursday – New Year Resolutions


It’s the tale as old as time and song as old as rhyme – new year resolutions. It’s that glorious time of year! The time where everyone puts out their goals for the new year!  It’s a time for gym membership renewals, shopping at Whole Foods, giving up swearing, and overall being nicer to others…..for about the first month. In honor of this yearly tradition here are our new year, or at least January, resolutions.

One Snap Chat Per Day

I admit it. I am an over Snap Chatter. I am constantly snapping and sending pictures and videos to my friends via this new and great app. However, I do realize that I might need to cut down. So, for 2014 I will try limiting myself to one snap a day. TRY. How is the world going to live without snap chats like this?!



Wear More Hoodless Sweatshirts


I’m done lying to myself. I’m not going to change my diet or go to the gym more (at all). I’m perfectly content with my lifestyle. Is it the healthiest lifestyle around? Probably not, but Evil Knievel wasn’t healthy either and he turned out okay. What I can, and will change, is my wardrobe. I need to wear more hoodless sweatshirts. Plain and simple. Old men are always ahead of the curve when it comes to clothing, and the amount of old men that wear hoodless sweatshirts are astronomical. In fact, the more I wear hoodless sweatshirts the healthier I’ll probably become. Killing two birds with one stone, which also happens to be another new years resolution, but I’ll save that for another day.

– Ryan

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Posted on December 26, 2013, in Average Blog Posts, MonsterBlog Wednesday and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hahah…Richard Attenborough’s character from, “Jurassic Park”. I like the hoodies-to-sweatshirts resolution because: “Blessed is he, who has learned to bear what he cannot change, and to give up with dignity, what he cannot save.” The Coles Notes of the ubiquitous Serenity Prayer; the gist of it. Both wise -and- cooler 😉 That, and Whole Foods grocery stores just scare the heck out of me. That can’t be actual food, is it?! It’s too rustic or something. Where are the preservatives and excessive packaging?! hehe

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