I want to keep being better at my fitness 'program' and eating habits.I...didn't do awesome. In fact, I forgot about the first goal completely (or at least I didn't try harder than I normally do).
I want to write 10K a month every month.
I'd like to get three things published this year.
I hit 10K roughly ever month. If I add up the months and average them out, it's about 10,900 words a month.
Three things published? Er. Well...I didn't think this one through. I submitted three pieces to publishers, and two were accepted. One got feedback, one came out a few weeks ago, and one comes out in April. So I think that counts as a success, even if I didn't publish three things this year.
And this year?
My goals this year are similar to last year with some additions (and maybe some follow through :D)
1. Write 10K a month. I was originally thinking of upping it to 15K, but after November and December this year, I decided to focus on another resolution:
2. Revise a book a month. Writing is only worthwhile if I actually revise and submit books for publishing. Last year I focused on publishing books, but I think it was too abstract (and much of it out of my control), so this time I want to focus on taking steps to submit books--aka, revise the stuff I write and move it along on the path of publishing!
3. Read at least 12 books. This obviously doesn't count work stuff, and last year I only squeaked by via manga (specifically What Did You Eat Yesterday?), which isn't bad but wasn't what I had in mind. This year I'm picking 12 books from my pile and want to read them:
(If you're interested in reading along with me when I start a book, let me know, I'm always looking for reading buddies, and I'm not a fast-paced reader...)
First up will be What the Dickens.
Good luck on your New Year's Resolutions!