Every New Year I think about what I’d like to happen in the upcoming year, and every New year’s Eve I think about how I failed. I hate being a failure – or thinking of myself as a failure. I think about all the things I did RIGHT and how I used to let those things I didn’t do overshadow the things I DID do. And often, I’d set goals that were not right goals for me.. Even if I never wrote them down, I would make these “resolutions” in my head and in my heart, and when I failed I broke my own heart a little bit. I’m tired of disappointing myself. This year is going to be different. Oh, I still have goals. They’re pretty lofty. They will challenge me, in some ways, more than I’ve ever been challenged before. And I’m going to be brave and write them down and share them with everyone so I can be held accountable. (Yes, this blogging thing DOES hold me somewhat accountable) So, here goes: That’s it! They all have more meaning than you’d think. I’ll be explaining them to you this week, But, there are my goals. I’m proud of them. And I am sure I can keep them, this time. Have you made resolutions for the New Year? What are they? I’d love to hear all about it!