Do Tell: What are your resolutions for 2012?

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It’s the time of year in which we have a fresh start and the best of intentions. While I have a few informal resolutions that I shared on Monday, I think it’s very inspiring and motivating to hear other people’s resolutions as well. You never know—we may have shared goals that we can help one another achieve. Do tell—what are you hoping to accomplish in 2012?


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11 thoughts on “Do Tell: What are your resolutions for 2012?

  1. I’ve got quite a lot (it’s so hard to narrow!), but here are a few:

    1. Only buy a book if I can’t find it at the library
    2. Learn to fish for food
    3. Clean out closets and drawers in one room a month and donate or take to consignment shop.

    Happy new year to you!

  2. 1.Launch Drake Men-online accessories boutique…speacilizing in ties.
    2.Learn another language-Spanish or sign language
    3.Get more readers to my
    4.Get a Drake Men ad in a Houston based magazine
    5.Ultimately push myself to be a better business owner, wife, and person.

  3. I want to work hard designing beautiful homes so that I can get published in my favorite magazines. AND I need to revamp my blog. And eat more vegetables, less crap.

  4. I’m with Ann@glamourshoes on wanting less: spend less, eat less crap, waste less and buy 12 items or less of new clothing in 2012.

    Ann – Since you’re on the less kick, you might try reading The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard. It’s really informative and the stats and stories she shares definitely inspires me to buy and consume less!

  5. I gave up on resolutions years ago, but have been setting goals for myself instead. After a very difficult 2011, I set what I think are creative and cleansing goals for 2012.

    1. Complete my blog challenge:

    2. Promote the heck out of my blog so I’m not talking to myself in cyberspace.

    3. Renovate/decorate master bedroom. Why is that always the last thing that gets done???

    4. Live simply. This one will take massive decluttering efforts.

    Thanks for letting me share.


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