I haven't written a resolution list in years. Instead I write "to do" lists. I find I am more likely to do the things on that list. Plus they seem to be more manageable more targeted things rather than a generalization such as "I will diet" or "I will eat healthy". When you think about it what do those things really mean? They are made up of a list of things "to do". So instead I write a list that looks like this:
- Build a chicken coop for 5-6 chickens, using as much free material as possible
- Build a shed for Jason's tools
- Walk 3-4 times per week, check it off on the calendar when I do
- Learn to bake bread using whole grains
Alright so maybe a "to do" list and resolutions are the same thing but whatever works right? I hope you have a Happy New Year and look forward to sharing all my adventures and ideas in the coming year.