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Question of the Month: Which new year's resolutions are you going to keep?

Once a couple of months have passed by, I find I need to revisit my (often ambitious) list of business and personal goals for the year and ask myself the Question of the Month: Which new year's resolutions am I actually going to keep?

So I'll ask you too: Which of your resolutions and goals seem to be the most likely to be kept this year? Maybe you've already managed to cross a bunch off your list already and you're all set to add the next batch. Or maybe your list has gone the way of most of the lists that start out with "Exercise more and eat less".

For me, I've managed to start on three out of five:
***1. Take another class this year in something… anything.

*** 2. Get a light tent or light box and learn to make my photography better.

3. Work on a book proposal.

*** 4. Schedule a better balance between making and writing.

5. Eat better, exercise more, get more sleep…oops! Don’t know how that one slipped in there!

I've got a light tent, thanks to DH and I'm working on my photography. As for achieving a better balance, I am still working towards that, but I'm doing well so far.  For my class, I just signed up for a course called "Sumptuous Surfaces" at Joggles.  It is being taught by the fabulous Sharon B!

How about you? Do you have any updates you'd like to share, along with links to your work? Leave your comment here below, or send me an image if there's a shot you'd like to share. Email cyndi @ (remove the spaces).
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Paul said…
Lose weight and exercise. I've managed to keep this one. Yes, it's the one everyone seems to have on their list. We started following Weight Watchers after assessing what we could do together and could maintain and most importantly EASILY get back onto when things mess up occasionally.

For all the other stuff I've made into resolutions, one of them was to seek out more price points for some of my popular jewelry. To that end, I found square and half-round stainless steel wire from Beadalon. I will be using that for some of my wire-wrapping to emulate my sterling silver-wrapped items.
Cyndi L said…
Have you considered copper and bronze wire too, Paul? I know they've got a completely different look, and certainly don't feel the same as silver when you're working them, but they're really popular right now too.