I gave up on New Year's resolutions a long time ago. I do, however, make lists all year long of things I would like to accomplish. I check off the things that I complete and am constantly adding items as I think of them (if I don't write them down right away, they disappear from my brain). They ususally include day-to-day things, as well as major tasks/goals that I used to call New Year's resolutions. Sometimes I have to move things from one list to another before I get to them, but at least it's something I can look at periodically to remind myself of things I would like, or need, to do. Sometimes my lists can be several pages long and have both major and minor things on them. So, when I have a certain amount of time, the lists will ususally have things on there that can take a few minutes to a few days, and I can choose tasks that fit my time frame. This seems to work better for me than trying to set goals once a year.
Lynda, I really like the idea of an ongoing list, adding and deleting... I might have to borrow that. :)
Lol, I know my own resolutions only last a few days at most.
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