One of the keys to reaching a goal is accountability. So it's time to look at where we were last year and own up!
These were mine...
Learn to play racquetball. Didn't happen. I had a problem with my shoulder and elbow for a time and lost my enthusiam. I'm going to keep it on my life list, though.
Read more, write more. I feel fairly good about this one. I discovered free audio books and really enjoyed more books than I would have otherwise.
Pray more sincerely, more often, humbly on my knees. (This has been on my list for years.) And will continue to be. I don't know anyone who is perfect at prayer.
All right...Chell, Owenna, Devon, Elizabeth, Sara, Jill Fairchild...report? Let us know how you did and what you would do differently. It's good to have plans (and friends who could help).
Here are 12 ways to Stick to Your Resolutions
1. Be specific. Don’t resolve to “Make more friends” or “Strengthen friendships”; that’s too vague. To make more friends as part of my happiness project, I have several very concrete resolutions like: “Start a group,” “Remember birthdays,” “Say hello,” “Make plans,” “Show up,” and “No gossip.”
2. Write it down.
3. Review your resolution constantly.
4. Hold yourself accountable.
7. Ask for help.
8. Consider making only pleasant resolutions.
11. Set a deadline.
See all 12 ideas here.