As they say "The road to Hell is paved with good intentions."
The title of this post is a quote from Mark Twain, and it's true that many fail to keep their resolutions shortly after they make them. In fact the only resolution I think I have ever kept was the one "I resolve to fail all my other resolutions." This year I think I will only make resolutions I know I can keep.
The Resolution List
I resolve to drink and smoke more.
I resolve to gain or maintain my current weight.
I resolve to drink more soda and eat more junk food.
I resolve to watch more television.
I resolve to play more video games.
I resolve to spend less time with my family.
I resolve to skip church.
I resolve to not build a new computer.
I resolve to not finish any of my projects.
I resolve to not write a book.
I resolve to not learn a new language.
I resolve to not pay off any of my bills.
I resolve to spend and not save any money.
And I resolve to decrease my productivity.
So in conclusion, if the road to hell is truly paved with good intentions, where do bad intentions lead.