I am not normally into these because they require attributes like motivation and planning. But the previous two years my thought processes went something like this:
"you are not getting any younger, and exercise makes you happy, so this year you should take advantage of what is left of your youth and do as many sports as possible".
Ha. Both times I got nasty injuries. This last year was particularly bad. I spent a considerable amount of it in bed. So I have scaled my resolutions down somewhat to more achievable goals:
1) if my body allows it, try and do some form of exercise, hopefully climbing
2) eat fewer chocolate digestives. Eat more of the chocolate toffee ones. They are better.
3) do not study. Try and get a life instead.
4) read more books and fewer blogs
5) keep blogging
6) try and write stuff. What stuff is, is vague as yet.
7) Moan 2% less about English weather than I did last year.
8) Do lots of handstands.
9) Try and be a nicer, kinder, better, more successful, more proactive, more confident, more positive person.
10) When I fail miserably at achieving number 9 - do not beat myself up too much about it. At least I have a nice personality
11) and finally: try and unite some of my nice personalities into one. It is a bit crowded in here with all the voices talking at once. I aim for 3 personalities by the end of next year. Making decisions is too confusing with any more than that.
Anyone else feeling ambitious for the new year?