Read. I have been downloading all kinds of articles on goal setting, new year's resolutions, building new habits, yada yada, bing bang boom. "How to Crush Your Lack of Motivation and Always Stay Motivated", "50 New Year's Resolution Ideas and How to Achiever Them". and "5 New Year's Resolutions for Writers" are some of them.
Make time for writing.
Step Outside My Comfort Zone
Call Myself a Writer (I struggle with one all the time. I have this image of what a writer is and I don't always live up to my vision of what a writing life looks like. But bottom line, I am a writer...in spite of myself).
Beat Procrastination (Oh, yes, this one is a pet of mine. Sadly I feed the pet too often. Time to stop...).
Write (and Share) Your Goals Accountability. Need I say more?
These are just a few. I'm always inspired to pursue these items. It's easy with a a clean slate to start with. And, yes, I know I write what is on my own slate. I also know, (my fallback excuse I suppose), it is tough to break old habits. But here I go. January. A month for new beginnings. May it be so.
Here we go...