Anyway, the idea was nice, but I pretty much failed on all of my resolutions, with the possible exception of #7 (though you'd have to ask her about that). But I'm 10 years old now, so maybe I'm mature enough by now both to make achievable resolutions and to successfully carry out those achievable resolutions. (?) So here goes:
- Write regularly. (I forget what "write incrementally" meant and the link to Krista's blog is broken.) Keep a journal in which I write at least 750 words a day.
- Exercise more--at least do some more walking.
- Drink more water and fewer sugary drinks. (Including iced coffee and iced tea.)
- Send a polished draft of my GHK paper to a journal. (At least I need to get some feedback on it.)
- Spend quality time with the family. (Hopefully this can be combined with #2.)
- Spend less time on the internet, particularly Facebook.
- "Keep to a schedule enough so that at the end of every day I can look at my daybook and feel satisfied that I accomplished a few important things." (That sounded good 10 years ago, and it still applies.)
- "Don't make too many resolutions, promises, and/or commitments that I won't be able to keep." (That's also from 10 years ago. It still seems reasonable.)