Stressed or happy that 2010 is coming?

@ongtina (1232)
Singapore
December 28, 2009 3:27am CST
Just another few days and it's 2010. Next week the schools reopen and it's the start of a new year. What do you feel? Stress or happy? Do you look forward to it or wish that the holidays can go on? LOL. I'm not going to school, but my children are. I should feel happy to have more individual time but I am feeling stress too. Next year is the last year of primary school studying for my autistic child and he will be taking the national examination( PSLE ). Guess I'll have to plan time for daily work( studying ) with him. Stress.
3 responses
@angelsmummy (1700)
28 Dec 09
I am really looking forward to next year its going to be such a great year for me. I am marrying the man of my dreams, I am planning to lose weight after being pregnant for 2 years on and off. I am also plannign on making myself a better person and trying to get off my anto-depressants. Its going to be a great year!
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
30 Dec 09
CONGRATULATIONS! THAT'S GREAT! I'm always happy to see people getting married. It's great to have found your love. Keep to your plans of losing weight and you know you CAN. Congratulations again. For me, I lose weight after child birth by simply eating only at mealtime, no extra munching and doing housework. Yes, don't be lazy, help around the house and your parents', it's good and healthy ( also builds good relations cos you're active helping around ) LOL! All the best to you in 2010. :) :) :)
30 Dec 09
I am so excited!! I got my letter this morning to say that I can either go to dietbusters or weight watchers free for 12 weeks . With my first I lost the baby weight so quickly just by playing on the trampoline! Second toime round proving much harder! I dont live with my parents we live on our own my mum would be so annoyed if I went round there and tidied up she would think I am calling her messy! Hahaha
31 Dec 09
That sounds so scary! I would hate for that to happen to me. I know I cant believe this year is nearly over already,
@Chispa514 (871)
• Montreal, Quebec
28 Dec 09
Personally, I am quite happy that the new year is coming. Its a good way to try to forget all the things that happened during the year that may not have gone the way you expected or planned. Its also a good way to start over fresh, and try to do things right and get life going the way you want it to go.
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
30 Dec 09
That's very true. Usually bad things I'll forget within a day or two. I'm quite forgetful, ha ha :) As for next year, I have quite a lot of targets and plans. But I'm a person that lags off after a while. Don't know if I can manage to hit my targets. Will be striving. Any plans for 2010 for you?
• Montreal, Quebec
10 Jan 10
the only plans i have are to buckle down and study harder in school
@maezee (22198)
• United States
1 Jan 10
Well it's unfortunate that you're a little stressed about the new year! I don't.. know if I have any feelings about 2010. Not any strong ones anyway. I'm waiting like hell for 2009 to be over and done with though, because it's just been a really bad year for me! And I'm hoping that 2010 will be MUCH better for me, but who's to say it will be? It's a little bit of anxious hopefulness that I'm experiencing.
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
3 Jan 10
There's a saying that the sun always comes out after the rain. Be positive, things do get better. I've once seen a show that says cry or smile, the day still pass. You choose how you want to pass the day. :)