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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

New Year's Resolutions


I am SO looking forward to 2013! Each new year signals new beginnings, a perfect time to shed the old - old habits, disappointments and regrets, people in your life who don't in some way life you up, inspire you to be better or happier. 

I have decided that this year everything I do will be 'relevant'.  To me, to my family, to our animals, to our community or to the world. I don't want to spin my wheels or waste time on anything that isn't relevant in some way.  I am just too busy to be irrelevant.

Besides my 'professional' resolutions of which I have many, I wanted to share my personal resolutions for this year.  They are small, but all relevant to me in some way.  

Do you make resolutions? Do you keep them?  I am committed to keep (at least most) of mine this year.  

Here's hoping for a relevant 2013 for you all!




13 comments:

  1. 2013...may it be the year of the Corgi!!! :-)

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  2. I don't make resolutions , just go with the flow . Hope you get your Corgi . Happy New Year .

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  3. I do try to have a couple of goals for the year. Nothing too strict, but there are always things to achieve and improvements to be made!

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  4. I had to google Corgi...lol.

    I love "Be the person my chickens think I am".

    Happy New Year!

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  5. I need to do some sewing too!! :)

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  6. Love your resolutions. I don't make any but get up every morning and plan to make it the best day ever.

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  7. Love your blog! I would love for you to visit my linky party going on now at http://wallisfarmsdailywalk.blogspot.com/2013/01/blog-post.html

    Have a great day!

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  8. Great resolutions for 2013, I can't do the chicken part but still :-) Ours are to keep on waltzing among other things :-)
    http://www.pret-a-vivre.com/2013/01/2013-here-we-come-waltzing.html
    Happy New Year !

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  9. I have 2 corgis. You need a corgi! It is always good to have goals for the new year. Writing them down and sharing them with others makes it real. Corgis are awesome - seriously you need to get one!

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  10. Love these resolutions! How much do you think switching to organic is going to increase your bill?
    I try to balance our "feed" with leftovers from our dinners tht are good for the ladies.

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    1. Cost is one of the main issues Sara. I am hoping to find a local distributor for the feed which will at least alleviate the shipping cost. I also plan to supplement their diet with their 'own' veggie garden this summer and weeds and grass, plus worms the rest of the year.

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  11. The last one cracked me up. Great list! (do you mean "macaroons"?) I've been adding in some omega-packed feeds but how much more $ would going completely organic cost me? I think for now, I'll just try to let them out more often (tho it's not much use in the winter!). I'm kind of right there with you on so much of this--knitting, sewing, more veggies...

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    1. Nope, macarons, as in the French 'sandwich cookie' not the coconut white confection with a cherry on top. https://www.facebook.com/MadForMacarons?fref=ts

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