A time when we as Jews look back on our life this past year and reflect. Reflect on the good, the bad and the ugly. Rosh Hashana is about deciding the path our life will take, and working towards those goals. But it's also about forgiveness and for reflecting on our sins for the previous year. It's then on Yom Kippur that we repent for those sins by fasting (no food or water) for 24 hours.
1. Go to bed earlier. No more 3am bedtimes.Obviously I'm all about improving my health this year.
2. Get more exercise in every day.
3. Get over my fear of the Dentist so I can get my bruxism treated. Yikes, I grind me teeth a lot.
4. Call my friends more.
5. Rely on my parents less.
Which isn't that bad, but it could always be better!
(Happy New Year)
<3 StephanieP.S. Number six is definitely "blog more".