New Year’s Resolutions

Every year we go through the same New Year’s resolution lists…lose weight, join the gym, save money, yada, yada, yada… How many of us actually keep our New Year’s resolutions and come up with brand new ones every year?! I think that’s my goal for this year, to create a list of goals/things I want to achieve and I will achieve and come up with new things to achieve each and every year!

According to NowPublic.com, here’s a list of the Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions people made for 2009:

  1. Make more time for family and friends
  2. Quit smoking
  3. Start exercising
  4. Go back to school / take a class
  5. Get out of debt
  6. Advance in your career, make more money
  7. Get into philanthropy and community involvement
  8. Quit drinking
  9. Lose weight
  10. Get out of a bad relationship / find true love
Which ones are you putting on your Resolution list for 2010?

5 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolutions

  1. Hal Brown

    Well said. And why wait for a calendar date to make resolutions. I wrote a post a couple sof years ago called 'New Years Rationalizations'. Like most over-fed and undernourished Americans, my annual attempt to lose a few pounds remans intact.

  2. KMP (Keep Me Posted)

    @ileane You have accomplished quite a few things! Congrats! Exercise will probably be on everyone's list this and every year. I think I'm giving up eating so much rice, I'm trying to replace rice with Quinoa. SEO sounds like a great thing to learn. It does seems complicated, I wish I had someone that took care of the SEO and Marketing for me. :) Good luck with SEO, let me know how it goes!Arie

  3. ileane

    I already paid off my debt, stopped drinking, I even gave up coffee. Does this mean I need to start exercising again?? Darn it. Ok but I'm not giving up chicken!My resolution isn't on the list tough. I want to learn more about SEO.Thanks for helping me cross things off my list. lol@Ileane

  4. KMP Blog (Keep Me Po

    Way to go Mike! I think goals are easier to accomplish than resolutions.

  5. MIke

    I'm right there with you. This year, instead of doing resolutions, I'm only doing goals. So far so good!