You really going to stick with them this time? I'm really going to try! On the list... 1- Being careful with finances so we can buy a house/land. 2- Get the car paid off and add a 2nd car 3- Either get my hair license back and start working part time, or go to school for... Botany I'm thinking. I know enough about animals, let's try plants. 4- Find fulfilling hobbies that I enjoy and spend less time online/watching TV 5- Share those hobbies with husband, and spend more time with him. I really don't think I show enough appreciation for him. Need to show him more of that this year. 6- Read the labels of all the food products I buy. If I can't pronounce it, I'm not eating it. If it sounds like a chemical, I'm not eating it. If I'm unsure, I'll google it. 7- Form a dietary meal plan based on the nutritional values of veggies/grains. I don't know what veggies contain what. But I do know that vitamins often need others with them in their natural form to have the most benefit, the downfall of many supplements one can take. They may have the reverse effect of what the label says. Vitamins and supplements are not subject to the same scrutiny as medicines, you're trusting the company that makes it as to it's claims. I have a hard time trusting greedy corporate America. So I want to know what my system needs and how often, and make a meal plan based on that from natural home cooked foods. One day squash, greens, and rice. Another day Atlantic fish (nothing from Asia), sweet potatoes, and millet. For example. I haven't researched it yet. I know the difference between brown rice and white rice is the nutritional outer coating. That's removed on white rice, and it loses nutritional value from the process. 8- The ever popular weight loss. Through # 6 and 7 and not some silly diet. 9- Move more. Walk the dogs more. Put a treadmill in front of the TV so that I have to trip over to get to the couch to remind me to use it. Make the dogs use it on rainy days, they need more exercise too. Yoga IS fun, stick with it. No excuse this time, living room is big enough. Buy a Wii. SOMETHING. Don't call it an exercise program, makes me not want to do it. Move around. That is all. Just move. Somewhere. Remember how much fun the Wii was 2 x-mas's ago at the inlaw's? GET ONE. 10- Make sure husband stays on his resolutions and expect the same support from him. What did you successfully change in 2010? I stopped drinking soda! I may have a 7up on occasion. But soda is gone from the daily routine. Lost some weight but not as much as I wanted to. Have not gained it back, and that's what counts. I did not buy a horse. I actually had it on my list because of everything involved in owning one, it would have made paying off debt and building up savings next to impossible. I did not keep it on the list this year, because I know what needs done first regardless of how bad I need the horse therapy. Made Priorities and stuck with them! Made plans and followed through! Debt is almost all gone! Only owe on a car, not too shabby. Let's ruin it this year by buying a house. LOL Make better purchasing by paying attention to labels. Trying to stick with Made in USA as often as possible. What I didn't do or stick with... Exercise. Blah. Eat better.. too much pizza.. and not the home made wheat thin crust kind. I hate you, Burger King. Wendy, you're on my list too. Quit smoking. Not even on the list this year. But we did switch from corporate poison and went with natural US grown tobacco that we roll ourselves with a handy little roller. Saves money. Don't think it's healthier... but I didn't get bronchitis at all, don't have a chronic cough, and I recover from the common cold 3 weeks faster than other smokers I know. Don't wake up coughing. Lot's of differences between this American Spirit brand and Camels or Marlboro.