move from the past to the present tense: you can start over again.

start over again, addison road

2014.

I am usually not big into anything attached to a new year—it’s another overhyped occasion that literally means nothing—in the words of Bryce Avary, “Who says it has to be a new year to start a new year?” I try to start again every single day—because each time I do, I hopefully find myself farther away from where I was and closer to where I’m going. Unlike most years, I didn’t do a recap post on December 31st—I know I still will in my head, but I refuse to re-live last year again in writing.

I’m starting over. Again.

I’m alive.

6 thoughts on “start over again.

  1. I made one NY resolution, which is one more than usual, and it was made on the spur of the moment. It was to make the prep part of cooking a form of meditation. It’s going well, actually. #whatisthesoundofonecleavercleaving?

    • That’s the type of resolution I can get behind! It’s subjective and personally relevant–no fast and hard line of complete and incomplete :]. Awesome goal!

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