Nope, not making any this year.

Oh, I’ll try the usual stuff, read more, get more exercise, lose some weight, but those aren’t really “resolutions” so much as good sense.


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Enjoying life in Portland, OR
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7 Responses to Resolutions

  1. tracybham says:

    Me either. I usually have a few ideas for things I want to do better, but for me, New Year’s resolutions don’t work. Since I will be home more (a lot more), I want to walk more regularly, but like you say, that is just good sense.

    • You’ll wonder how you ever had time for work, Tracy. For the first month, it all felt like I was on vacation, then, one day I really realized: no more going to work! One of the things I love is sitting down after breakfast with a second cup of coffee (tea, in your case) and reading. So sinful, like a secret pleasure.

  2. Jerry House says:

    I’m with Calvin — just perfect the way I am.

  3. Richard, Happy 2020 to you and your loved ones!

    I don’t make resolutions, but this year I have promised myself that I’d read more books, particularly nonfiction, review as many as I can on my blog (now in revival mode), focus on my writing projects, sketch and paint a bit, and pursue yoga and meditation (I rejoined a class last September).

  4. Like Prashant, I resolve to read more in 2020. And listen to more music CDs. I intend to donate another couple thousand books to SUNY at Buffalo’s Special Collections. All that should keep me busy this year.

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