I find that night-time is often when I am at my most creative, and also when I make the best-sounding decisions in theory; but put into practice, they become slightly less ground-breaking.
It's not terribly late in Arizona right now, but I'm starting to feel the lack of sleep that had been haunting me in Ohio and has followed me back.
I still can't think of any resolutions for the New Year, and I don't think I really want to. It's not that I don't have goals for myself, because I do. For one, I aim to stop procrastinating and being a lazy bum and finally get my license. Apparently, it's easier in AZ than OH, which is a plus. Secondly, I hope to survive the year without having a break down of some sort, as well as not going broke from paying off loans and school bills. Thirdly (and lastly), I'm thinking about starting some sort of fitness routine. That last one is a bit shaky, but it's there nonetheless.
But do those count as resolutions? They seem more like reasonable expectations of myself, that I should be able to accomplish with or without a New Year to give me the excuse of resolving to do them.
So I think what I'm trying to say, more or less, is...
Piss off, Standard List of New Years Resolutions.