I don't recall ever actually making/documenting a New Year's resolution. Why? Society makes us believe a list of resolutions is actually a list of things we are not going to do/ways to disappoint ourselves. In that case, my resolutions are:
1. Gain 20 pounds and learn to accept my body at big, blonde, and beautiful.
2. Quit working out every day because all those hard bodies are so 2007.
3. Ask someone out on a date at least once a week.
4. Kiss an equal amount of men in one year as the total so far in my life.
5. Quit travelling - there is nothing more to see than where I am right now.
6. Start drinking, smoking, and every other nefarious activity of the world.
In actuality, my goals resemble (drum roll please for my first documented list of resolutions ever) more of the following:
1. Visit Washington and Oregon - crossing off states 47 and 48 on my quest to visit all 50 states by the time I am 30.
2. Go out on something that resembles a date at least once every other month.
3. Maintain my current fitness routine, with emphasis on being happy because I can do all I do instead of concentrating on how much better I *could* do.
4. Find a new job. A good one.
5. Sing more.
6. Save money. Lots.