Happy New Year! Hope your 2010 is a good one.
I am such a sap, I always make resolutions, and usually endeavor to keep them in mind throughout the year. I won’t reveal all of mine here (really, do you need to hear about my determination to keep the dishwasher clean?), but some of my resolutions include:
1. Write more, complain less.
2. Stay positive about writing.
3. Write at least every other day.
4. Finish, or at least start, that $@*@$# synopsis.
5. Did I mention less complaining? Yeah. And whining. Less whining, too.
That’s it for now–my husband took the whole week off, so we’re all lounging around in comfy pants and watching movies today. How is your New Year so far? Any resolutions you want to share?
Riskies, wish you all a very successful and happy new year and new decade!!
Riskies, I am once again collecting for Reading for the Cure. It’s an evening of reading and raffling items for breast cancer research and education. If you are interested in donating an item please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I think this is a great way to introduce your books to a college audience. Last year Diane donated TDOWM and the girl who won really liked it. Diane has generously offered to donate two novels.
My New Year’s resolution is to apply for my dream job and to take more risks. I’m a pretty safe person. It’s already paid off. I’ve been e-mailing authors today and have already received a yes from Janet Evanovich, CS Harris and Caro Peacock.
I hope everyone has a wonderful 2010!
Happy 2010! Here’s to a new decade of reading, writing, and publishing in both traditional and innovative forms!
My resolution? Daily yoga, since I’m starting to look, feel, and squeak just like my office chair.
My resolution is to start spending my time how I want to, instead of how I think I have to (or in a manner that I think will impress other people).
My day job has fostered some pretty nasty martyr-complex behaviors and I’m going to make an effort to start dumping that baggage in 2010.
I resolve to stop eating Christmas candy now and get back to yoga class. Or maybe I will stop tomorrow.
1. Get organized
2. Lose weight
Wait a minute…these are the same as last year!
I’m all for not whining, too…as long as I can whine when I want to.
This WILL be the year we will finish our house and the clutter will be gone. We have been renovating an 1898 victorian farmhouse since 1992. My DH and I really need to be done! The past few years it has been hard to motivate ourselves to finish those last few projects.