1. To try to live in the present moment as much as possible. I've spent a lifetime worrying about the future and wringing my hands over the past. This is wasted time. The past can't be changed. And the only way the future will have the best outcome is through how I choose to live today.
2. To begin composting. We have a garbage disposal in our kitchen sink and rely on it far too much and far too irresponsibly. Where I live (Seattle), they encourage and support composting, so starting this year, the coffee grounds, fruit and vegetable waste, and so on will not go down the drain, but in the compost bin.
3. To complete the novel that has been nagging at me for years to write, but which I've feared writing because it's too different. It's calling too hard to me now to ignore--tomorrow I begin.
4. To continue to practice being more patient. In the car...and outside of it.
5. To give yoga a try. I run, I go to the gym and use the elliptical, I lift sissy weights. But I do nothing for flexibility. On the downward slide to sixty, I figure I need to pay more attention to this area.
6. To eat more whole foods, less sugar, fewer carbs, and yet allow treats in moderation.
7. To continue that lifelong path upwards I call my spiritual journey.
8. To seek out more opportunities to serve my community and fellow souls on the planet.
9. To remember the abundance is all around me and that, no matter how much I have, I always have enough.
10. To grow my beard back!
What are yours? Let me know in the comments!