After Easter, my resolution begins anew. Apparently, the French celebrated Easter as the first day of the year until 1563 when Charles VI changed it to the first of January, so I'll be reviving that practice.
Knee-deep into finals revision, I am reading the wonderful Montaigne alongside Donne on death:
'I want a man to act, and to prolong the functions of life as long as he can; and I want death to find me planting my cabbages, but careless of death, and still more of my unfinished garden.'
- from his essay 'That to philosophize is to learn to die' (I. X)