Say no more often to things that don’t matter. (I think another post on that is coming soon.)
Remember to take more pictures of my kids during the chaos of every day life. (Because a camera card full of mantel styling photos won’t be nearly as exciting 20 years from now.)
Read more, watch less reality TV (with the exception of The Bachelor, which starts tonight. Yippee!).
And, speaking of reading, I’m going to try to read newer books, instead of just my stack of 20-year-old Goodwill finds. After I finish this one, these titles are next on my reading list:
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Be more intentional about going out with my husband by ourselves. It’s hard to plan and expensive to do, but almost impossible to have a full conversation in our house unless we go out alone.
Be more of a finisher, and less of a starter. I’m always full of ideas, but short on time to actually carry them out. I start a project, get distracted, start something else. This will be the year of finishing what I’ve started—exciting or not.
What’s on your list for 2015?
(We could call them resolutions, but that’s too much pressure.)