2014…such lofty goals I have!

I don’t believe in New Year’s Resolutions. Neither does science for that matter! There are a few things you can do to succeed at your resolutions, but I prefer to set goals.

Gym-resolutions

So true. I’d make millions.

The difference in setting goals is that I will work daily towards a goal, because if I don’t meet it, it doesn’t go away. The goal still remains. I keep working towards it until it is done. I’m also fairly good at setting reasonable and achievable goals. If I don’t meet it, it doesn’t end my world.

Since ’tis the season for sharing such goals and aspirations for the new year, here are mine:

PROFESSIONAL GOALS:
* Finish all edits on TruthWeaver, Don’t Call Me Daughter, Amaskan’s Blood, and The Silent Frontier.
* Finish writing and all edits on Mirror, Mirror and Amaskan’s Blood’s sequel, which is currently untitled.
* Finish writing The Archaeologist and El Cuarto Segundo, which will then be ready for editing in 2015.
* Attend several writing conferences.

PERSONAL GOALS:
* Exercise more
* Explore the beauty of Washington state more
* Finish repairs & upgrades to home
* Finish going through storage unit

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