By now you have probably broken most of your resolutions, but it’s never too late to repair them. Here is a handy guide to resolutions that you will never keep, to save you making them in the first place and resolutions impossible to break.
- Finish my Work In Progress before I finish my Christmas chocolates.
- Finish reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking.
- Review the above book intelligently on Amazon and Goodreads.
- Read every blog by every blogger I follow.
- Sell more books.
- Think up lots of new meals to cook.
- Clear out every drawer in the house and recycle all twentieth century ‘what’s on leaflets’.
- Learn how to use ebay and empty all cupboards and the loft.
- Spend less time on social media.
- Sign every worthwhile petition going on line and write to my MP and all the world leaders about every important issue.
- Become the first Indie Author to trek alone to the North Pole and blog every day about my journey.
- Visit the dark side of the moon.
- Live without plastic.
- Finish my Christmas chocolates before my WIP.
- Read Brief Answers to the Big Questions: the final book from Stephen Hawking – The world-famous cosmologist and bestselling author of A Brief History of Time leaves us with his final thoughts on the universe’s biggest questions in this brilliant posthumous work. As it’s posthumous he may have found out the answers by now.
- Review the above book briefly on Amazon and Goodreads.
- Read and comment on at least one blog a week.
- Sell at least one book this year.
- Try cooking one new meal.
- Tidy up at least one drawer.
- Take that bag of stuff to the charity shop.
- Improve social media skills.
- Share at least one funny cartoon a day on Facebook.
- Go for a walk to a new coffee shop every week – blog about the experience.
- Visit that new Ikea.
- Remember to take my bag for life to the shops.