New Year’s Resolutions?

I’m completely stumped this year.

Eat slower…?  Be better with thank you notes? Learn a new instrument? Save more money? Have a goal for 3 Chairs?

I’ve always picked concrete, achievable resolutions for myself (last year was learn to drive, and I believe my resolution for my senior year of high school was “graduate high school.” — no joke.) But now that I’m getting older, I’m wondering if I should take it more seriously, and think of mindful resolutions that focus on becoming a better version of myself, yada yada. According to google, the top four resolutions are: lose weight, volunteer more, quit smoking, and get a better education.

What are yours? My mom’s, for the past 24 years, has been to go to bed earlier.


Around the fire photo from Her Paperweight.

3 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolutions?

  1. I completely agree with Shannon, amazing quote. I realized this year that I had no resolutions except that at the end of the year I want to look back and say to myself, “well done, that was a good year” and to feel that I learned something about myself. But maybe this is just me not holding myself accountable for tangible goals…

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