Ohhhhh it's a New Year.
Shiny, early, young and expansive in possibilities.
I'm going to take this moment away from my usual Medical Monday's post (as I am very sleep deprived and recovering from the holidays so I can do anything right now and not even the run-on sentence haters can touch me) to nag you.
Yes, nag you. I almost hosted a blogfest about it but figured that would take nagging to a whole new level.
See, I like you guys. A lot. I want you all to have fulfilling writing careers. But that takes one, itty, bitty ingredient we often forget while our muses (bless their spike heeled black boots) press our faces into computer keyboards.
A healthy body and mind.
Ha, so, did you see this coming?
What is your New Year's Resolution for keeping your writing body happy and healthy this year?
I'll go first.
1. I'm going to let gravity torture me at least twice a week (read: weight bearing exercise to reverse the rear-end drag effect of time).
2. I'm actually going see a doctor for a check up (instead of talking to weary spouse and/or self about my degenerating bits and pieces) in bland effort to shoot down the "doctors are the worst patients" myth, which is probably not really a myth but quite true, and after taking my run-on sentence pill (which is very small, naturally), I'm gonna make the appointment.
Geez, that was hard. My muscles are already sore just thinking about my resolutions.
So. How 'bout you?