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  • December 29, 2010

    You suck at failing! wink

    Also: now I’ve recently won something special, I’m going to be failing epically throughout 2011!! That’s not a bad thing really… :D

  • December 29, 2010

    This is great! No, seriously! I need to embrace failing more. I am way, way too hard on myself. One thing yoga teaches me is that it’s all about progress, not about perfection.

  • December 29, 2010

    Sizzle, I’m really hard on myself, too. I love that my Yoga teacher is always telling us it’s about what our bodies are doing THAT DAY. So it’s not like you have to be better than what you did yesterday. Sometimes your body isn’t in that space again. I am trying to apply that to life.

  • Paige
    December 30, 2010

    Great post Les… and I LUV the pic of LB!  I’m working on something similar for 2011. I’m working on not being perfect. (I’m not implying I was ever perfect to begin with.) But my need for perfection really puts a damper on me accomplishing anything… because I don’t want to FAIL. So I am going to clean the house imperfectly (which is better than not cleaning at all), I’m going to budget imperfectly, be an imperfect employee, friend, and wife.  And that is enough.  smile

  • December 30, 2010

    Hmmm….

    I too will fail at paying my bills on time.  I think I’ll adopt your five day rule though. 

    I will fail at being organized, but will continue to try.
    I will fail at my weight loss plan on some days but try, try, again.

    Happy New Year woman!

  • January 7, 2011

    This is a good list. I like the idea of coming at resolutions ass-backwards. I think I’ll try failing something or another.

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