New Year’s Resolutions to the power of 3
Last year, my New Year’s Resolution was to be as healthy as Rob Lowe’s character from Parks and Recreation. I didn’t succeed, but I did work out at least 3 times a week and incorporate more fruits and vegetables into my diet. That’s something, right? (After the last two years we’ve had, I’m gonna go with yes.)
But this year, I’ve decided to set resolutions using the power of 3. The power of 3 means 3 raised to the power of 3 (or 3 cubed), or 3 x 3 x 3 = 27. This pattern, or just 3s in general, come up in nature so often it seems like magic.
So I’m going to see if the power of 3 can work for me.
Here are my New Year’s Resolutions cubed:
Run 3 times a week.
Do 3 exercise classes a week.
Lift weights 3 times a week.
Eat protein 3 times a day.
Eat fruit 3 times a day.
Eat vegetables 3 times a day.
Become a best-selling author.
Write 3 hours a workweek.
Write 3 hours a weekend.
Publish 3 books:
Time Management for the Full-Time Worker
Angels vs. Demons
Let’s see how I do. How about you, readers? What are your resolutions?