As the old saying goes: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail". That, in part, is why I believe in making New Years resolutions. However, I think they should be simple, no more than three in number, and should be major goals that you wish to achieve before you die. Anyway, here is my chief New Years Resolution for 2010:
I want to study Qi Gong (aka Chi Gong).
At the end of the year, let us meet back here to see how many of us actually adhered to the goal that we set out to achieve this year. Meantime, let me wish all of you in the hubpages community a HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON and, most importantly, a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
What are some of your New Years Resolutions? Please post them here.
My new years resolution, like last year, is to not make any at all!!!
This is because, like a promise, they are made to be broken.
Sorry for being so pessimistic!
Here I am Baby! I'm fat, bald, and flatulent. It don't get any realler than that .
I wish you luck kmackey!
My resolution.......to get more people to talk to me on these damn forums!! And quit ignoring ME!
New year's resolution? Hmmm....to try out my new hobbies and to stick with them even when I think I am failing at them. To keep working on becoming a published author. To be a better wife for my husband.
Good luck everyone!
by easyspeak7 years ago
Or any other New Years Resolutions in general...
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
since christmas is over, i figured we could all start preparing for the new year. therefore, lets hear what you guys new years resolution will be.
by Eye rock 4ever7 years ago
Let's really stick together! For humanity, for comfort, for society, for the future, for the children, for the fun of it, for a sense of worth, for a moment of fitting in, for a minute of being accepted. Best of days to...
by DaniellaWood7 years ago
Personally, my "drink more water" and "go to bed earlier" failed within the first...day, to be honest. These things never last! Is there anyone out there who's actually managing to keep their...
by John Coviello14 months ago
I've been with HubPages for 4 years and have done well with the HubPages Ad Program and selling things on Amazon, but Google Adsense has been a trickle. I am finally close enough to the $100 payout that My New...
by Sean Evans4 years ago
They say usually people quit in 4 to 6 weeks. Is anyone still going strong on their resolution? If so how and whats keeping you going?
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