Jan 132016

Since I decided to make such a vague resolution, I thought I’d share the resolutions of another writer. She posted a well thought out list of ten resolutions for the new year. I’m not as ambitious this year, but I plan on taking a few tips from her for next year.

So, take a look and maybe add a few more to your own list. Most of them are making it on my list for next year, but this year I’m going to stick with being all lazy and chill about it.

A new year, a fresh start. Get 2016 off on the right foot with this list of ten resolutions for the writing life.

Source: 10 Resolutions for the Writing Life

Jan 022014

Happy New Year and good riddance to 2013!

I hope 2013 wasn’t as rough for you as it was for us. While I’m not sure I’m ready for all the changes 2014 has in store, I’m still glad 2013 is finally over.

I don’t usually make resolutions, but I was challenged to finish the book I started (I’m not telling) years ago by Christmas of this year, so I might as well make it a resolution. This is the one resolution I might actually follow through on.

Challenge accepted! Resolution made! I can do this!

Gah, what have I done?! Accountability starts now.

There are plenty of things I have to and want to accomplish this year, but calling anything a resolution seems to doom it to failure. So, I’ll just make a to-do list and pretend nothing on it is resolution worthy.

How about you? Comment or link your resolutions!

Dec 312008

Q: What are your New Years resolutions?

A: I have things I want to accomplish in 2009. I suppose you could call them resolutions. It seems like attaching the word resolution to something makes people instantly think failure. If I say I want to lose 20 lbs, no one blinks and most people are supportive. If I say, my resolution is to lose 20 lbs, I get that “yeah right, like that’s gonna happen” look. So, I don’t know that I’ll be making resolutions this year.

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