2011 New Year’s Resolution: 11 Wishes

Recalling my 2010 resolution, I think I accomplished all those goals it listed as per suggested by Men’s Health. They were carefully written to result in achievable outputs. Proud ego here.

Now that the year of the metal rabbit draws near, I don’t think I can manage to set a lot of quality goals much better than last year’s because I’m always stressed. Thesis, love life, job hunting, project management — all these combined make me want to become superman. However, these won’t stop me from making wishes, setting simple goals that’d be my guide as a better person or so.

1. I wish to gain more weight, and keep myself from illnesses. Actually, while I’m writing this, I don’t feel well. I have colds and high fever. This year, I’ve been catching illnesses and been always attacked by asthma. Health is important, so I wish to be more healthy.

2. I wish to graduate this April 2011. Huling buga. This is my last semester in UP Diliman. I will strive to bag at least one award.

3. After graduation, I wish to immediately acquire a decent and highly touted job. I’ve been eyeing on the telecommunications industry where I could practice project management.

4. I wish to have a car. Oh please, come graduation!

5. I wish to have a better phone that this Nokia 5800. I want a phone that fits my lifestyle and can cope up with the current memes. Blackberry 9780, iPhone 4, and Google Nexus S are a few choices. Generous people are welcome. :)

6. I wish to have a Sony HD camera.

7. I wish to have an infinite external hard disk memory.

8. I wish to have a Nikon D7000. But I won’t throw Sniper, my D60. It’s a memento of my childhood aspiration.

9. I wish to pass the board exam or CCNA. I am still beleaguered to take the PRC exam. A lot of issues unravel it. I’ll take the CCNA instead.

10. I wish I could turn back time. It’s quite ironic because this is more of a superficial and pessimistic outlook. If given a chance, I wish travel in time when I faced the greatest struggle in life. I wish to correct the mistakes that struggle bore.

11. I wish we could start anew. In spite all of the hurting, when we see the fireworks tonight, I wish we could forgive each other and forget all the bad memories. I wish we could look forward to a happier life. After all that we’ve been through, you’re still the one.

What are your goals this coming 2011?

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11 Responses to “2011 New Year’s Resolution: 11 Wishes”

  1. The Photoblogger 01. Jan, 2011 at 10:19 pm #

    Interesting 11 wishes, but infinite External HD memory? hehehe. Good luck and God bless your 2011


  2. Barry 01. Jan, 2011 at 9:10 pm #

    A bright(er) year ahead JC!


  3. reyjr 01. Jan, 2011 at 11:18 am #

    Haha, sorry I meant apply ka sa amin AFTER you graduate. :D


  4. reyjr 01. Jan, 2011 at 1:56 am #

    Wow last sem mo na pala sa UP! Good luck! Apply ka sa amin. Hehe. :D


    John Carl Reply:

    Thanks ReyJR! Anong org? :)


  5. Bryan Karl 01. Jan, 2011 at 1:01 am #

    Happy New Year John Carl! Go for the car!!! Haha and sure naman yan graduation e :p

    Pero most important pa rin yung #10 hehe.

    Have an extraordinary 2011! Nainggit ako kaya gawin rin ako ng post na ganito hahaha


    John Carl Reply:

    Thank you, Bryan! Naalala ko yung 2010 NYR posts natin. And mas gusto ko yung post ko last year. :(

    Anyway, blog blog blog kahit busy :) Hahaha! Happy New Year!


    Bryan Karl Reply:

    Yeah parang kahapon lang yun New Year 2010 no. It’s been one year na pala. Ambilis.

    Let’s blog blog blog kahit busy! :D


  6. cyhsi 31. Dec, 2010 at 6:41 pm #

    benta pa rin sa akin ang CAR mo! :D

    April 2011, here we come? Amen.

    And soon, ECE board exam and job. :D

    God bless, John. Thank you for everything.


    John Carl Reply:

    Yeeeaaay! Happy new year din to you and your family, cyhsi!



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