New Year’s Resolutions: Everybody else is doing it, so why can’t I?
Last year I made the bold resolution to blog at least once a day (and trackback and comment more often) and I think I passed with flying colors. For 2005, I posted 601 times in 365 days, so I got that going for me, which is nice.
So, even though I have very little resolve today, I will try to be resolute in my devotion to the following ideals in 2006:
- Blogging even more often
Hey, if I keep the whole del.icio.us auto-post of links feature going, I’ve already bought myself about 250 posts.
- Oatmeal and excercising more consistently
I don’t want to put a number on it (my weight loss or my gym attendance), but if I can focus on me like I focus on the blog, I’ll be golden.
Drink more and brew more. I gotta have one “gimme” resolution.
- Family time
Find more things to do (games, bike riding, nothing) with the family both altogether and with just Jenn or just Raelyn. Really another “gimme” but I want to have it written down
- “Do one thing every day that scares you.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Via Tom Peters, I’m going to try and apply this anectdote to my career. I’m looking for a breakout year in 2006. Something to do with videoblogging, a potential promotion and a play at something much bigger than what I currently have. Stay tuned to this space for accident reports and celebratory shouting.
That’s all I’ve got. Hope you and yours have a wonderful New Year.
Auld Lang Syne and drink a flute of champagne for me!