New Year Resolutions, 2013 Edition.
Every year I make a number of New Year resolutions, and every year I flake on some but go on to accomplish others.
This year I am hoping to increase the odds in terms of accomplishing these particular resolutions by creating a plan of attack in terms of completion, keeping myself more accountable through publishing said resolutions, and reappraising the list throughout the year, making adjustments when needed. Mid-year resolutions, anyone?
Here, then, is my list of resolutions, as is, for January 2013.
Bicycling for exercise. (February)
Reconnect on a regular blog schedule. (February)
Go through clothes: donate/storage/keep. (February)
Renew genealogy focus. (February)
Get back to querying “101”. (February)
Convert VHS tapes to DVD format. (February)
Map out route for road trip this summer. (March)
Edit “$$” and prepare query. (March)
Clear 2nd storage unit. (April)
Reorganize garage. (April)
Application for organization. (April)
Return to edit and work on “Blank”. (September)
Organize pictures into albums (all boxes). (September)
Hang plates, or store. (September)
It’s a long list, but with enough lead time, I should be able to at least start each step in the month indicated. Some categories will take a few days to complete. Some will take a few weeks, others a few months. Some of these goals are from last year, but with better organization (and every year I improve in that category!) I am aiming for a better completion rate than ever before!