I'm not a huge fan of New Year's resolutions that make you feel like you're a horrible person or that you've done something wrong if you don't follow through. I'm more into resolutions that are positive and inspire you to be a better you rather than "I will stop eating sweets," or "I will try to be more organized." My New Year's resolutions always start out with this: "This year I will try x, y, and z." Here's my list for this year: I will try snowboarding, making a quiche (my friend YumSugar can help me with this one), and I'll learn how to change a flat tire. As you can see, this isn't an outrageous list of impossible goals, but it's a list of things that I think are important to learn and do.
I'm sure you all have goals you want to accomplish in your lifetime. It can feel overwhelming to have a huge list in your mind, so why not make a few small goals each year. Take a minute to think about your list, and then tell me, what three things do you want to try or accomplish by the end of 2008?