The tradition of making New Years resolutions goes back millennia. Romans and Babylonians pledged to their gods to make better choices and live better. In present times, people make resolutions to improve eating habits, exercise more, or stop bad habits.
So basically, humankind has been breaking resolutions for all time.
A long time ago, I decided to make a simple resolution: do something new each year. Wouldn't have to be big, grand or amazing. Just new. It was easy to keep and required little persistence. Here are a few of my "accomplishments": diving with a shark (wreck dive), ride a camel, swim with a dolphin, get an auric reading.
This year, however, I will publish a second book in the Wiccan Haus series with Musa Publishing. I plan to finish the first in my Ghost Story trilogy (not the final name, but I kind of wait and let it name itself) as well as self-publish a military novella with CreateSpace. This will truly be my new experience. I may like having all the responsibility as well as all the creative power or I might think it's too much but I won't know until I try. Somehow I will fit all this in with a full time job, family of two preteen daughters and lovely husband, along with all the required responsibilities of kids' activities and adult meetings. Not to mention a summer vacation to Florida! So I guess my kids' firsts will be snorkeling on America's coral reefs at John Pennekamp Park.
What will you do in 2015?
By the way, hop on over to Katie O'Connor's blog to check out her take on 2015.
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Romance writer. Paranormal and contemporary. Mother of two and wife of perfect husband. Love the environment, travel and reading.
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