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Karen Hrdlicka says
My resolution is to read more and stress less. I was just short of my goodreads challenge and that won’t happen again, lol
Thank you for the chance
KAY MAHARREY SIGLER says
MY RESOLUTION THIS YEAR IS TO WALK MORE. GET OFF MY BUTT & GET MOVING.
peggy clayton says
Well we were going to do the reverse savings this year if Tim worked during the winter we could start it but when they laid him off and we were shocked then that went away. So mine is reading the bible every day along with my womans bible I have had so much bad thing happen the last few weeks then got a call from a dr yesterday with the worst news about my disease and my liver I just knew I was doing the right thing. Then i just read an email from a friend who lost her house on Christmas so that even shocked me as I had not read about it she thought i had. My friend just went thru cancer breast chemo last summer and she is the same age as I . I met her at farmers market she has a large stand of vegis and her husband used to be my husbands boy scout leader. Happy New Year. Thank you for the chance as i would love to read and review the new books !
Mandie Baumgart says
I don’t make New Years resolutions…I never keep them anyway
Katrina Dehart says
I’m wanting to get my house cleaned and organized. My health has been bad and I have four teenagers that are not exactly neat. This is the start of getting iit all put back together!
Linda Rimer-Como says
I don’t like to make resolutions but this year I’d love to improve my health.
Dean Young says
I don’t make resolutions, as they are never kept but I do make goals. This year my goal is to obtain employment in my chosen field. 🙂
pamela priebe says
My 2017 resolutions are #1- to take 1 trip to visit my FB friends.
#2- to save 25.00 a month to spend on myself this December.
#3- to read 2 books a week.
I figure I can at least get 2 out of 3 done by the end of this year.
Mary Young says
To smile more
This year I will read more! No point in saying I will lose weight or clean my house more often! That never works!
Lori R says
I am getting ready to downsize my home so my goal is to start throwing out, donating, or giving things away.
Karilyn putt says
I am planning to go a few different avenues to get my photography work “out there”. I am going to take the time for me, to grow my business, and do what I love!
Anne Marie Carter says
I don’t generally make resoultions but, this year I did. My resoultuion is to lose some weight.
Dusty Summerford says
I don’t believe in resolutions. I just try to be the best person I can be.
I want to stay healthy. Kathy
To stop and smell the roses this year. To try NOT to rush through each day but to take a few minutes to be grateful for what I have and what I have accomplished.
Linda Joyce says
Grateful is my word for 2017, too. 🙂
Linda Crandall says
My basic resolution is to get to the end of the year alive and kicking… Sounds easy, but at a certain age…
One of my resolutions is to continue working on follow through, completing things I start,
Yup, I am already struggling.
Cathi Gil says
I don’t make resolutions because who really keeps them for the whole year? However, I decided that I need to spend more time cultivating my friendships.
Linda Joyce says
Hey there, friend! 🙂
I have had the same resolution for the last 5 years. It is to read 10 authors new to me.
I have met those goals and been introduced to a lot of really good writing. My list of TBR authors has grown a lot.
Linda Joyce says
How do you go about finding the new authors you want to read. What a wonderful goal for new authors.
Louise Risser says
I would like to loose some weigh I gained after my knee surgery.
Carolyn Brown says
My new years resolution is to try to not stressing so easily and to try to not be so crabby to everyone.
I need to relax and enjoy life more.
TO REVIEW 200 BOOKS THIS YEAR LINDA AND 4 DOWN ALREADY!
Tina Jones says
I make realistic goals for myself. This year I **WILL**…
> lose a minimum of 20 pounds (already lost over 30)
> read a minimum of 104 books, but my focused goal is 120.
> attend one book/author signing/event.
Thank you for the chance & Happy New Year.
I’m still creating my 2017 goals/resolutions, but I’ve set my Goodreads reading goal as 80 books with a stretch goal of 90.
Mary Goodman says
I didn’t make in resolutions this time around.I’m just going to try and eat healthier this year
Rose Foster says
I made a promise to spend more time with my family
Amanda Dority says
My new years resolution every year for the past few has been to get financially stable again. Hopefully this year is the year it’ll get done! My wish every year is for my son’s continued health and for him to stop growing so much, haha. Anyway, thanks for the opportunity and wish me luck on getting my finances back on solid ground in 2017! I just got a promotion and raise, so maybe this’ll be my year to shine! Woot-woot!!
Shelia Hall says
My resolution is to eat healthier and exercise more . Also to grow closer to God.
Sharon Cowan says
I didn’t make a resolution per second but I want to change some of my behaviors including my “potty mouth” when in public.
Linda Joyce says
lol, I have the problem now and then..
Danyelle Wadsworth says
My resolution at least one of them was to eat healthier and try to loose weight.
Thanks for the opportunity at the giveaway!
Colleen C. says
I am going to read as much as I can! 😀
Sharon Guagliardo says
I really don’t have any resolutions. I would like to lose some weight. And I want to read more. That’s about it.
Cheri Madison says
I’m going to learn to drive my 4WD truck!
Terry Poage says
I didn’t make any New Years Resolutions, I never do. I just hope that it is a better year than last year.
maritza baez says
I’m going to do more cooking instead of eating processed foods
Valerie Miller says
My resolution is to pay off another 2 bills in 2017 like I did in 2016. I also want to try to eat a little healthier and exercise a little more.
Joann Hunter says
I don’t make resolutions, as I don’t tend to keep them. If I choose to do something, I do it regardless of the time of year.
Michelle Ferrari-Johnson says
2016 was very hard on our family. 2017 has already begun to outshine last year. Resolutions I don’t really make as I am old…er…..and don’t fly a fig in regards to impressing people. I read all of the time as I am injured (blah, blah part) and I remain slightly sane by diving into books. I am new to you but looking forward to exploring your world~
Kari Gillespie says
It’s not really a resolution however last year was so busy and I am trying to slow down a little this year
Janet Senk says
I lost 20 lbs. in 2016, and plan to lose more this year. Going to try and go to gym more each week to help me; I just have to get over being shy and working out in front of people, even though the gym is cool and no one cares. Ha.
Donna Newman says
I’m going to not stress so much and enjoy this year , and eat healthier (or try too ) .
I stopped making resolutions years ago–I could never seem to fulfill them, at least not to my satisfaction.
Penel j Smith says
I want to become more joyful and more compassionate.
Rachael Clemons says
Mine is to worry less.
Barbara Hackel says
Linda, I am not a resolution maker. I do try to sit down at the end of the year and write a list of things that disappointed me, or things I thought I should have handled better. Funny how the first 9 months of the year is usually forgotten. Was it perfect? Was I perfect? Hahahaha not at all! I guess that time just has a way of soothing and healing issues. Anyway, this year I decided to change my method, and have promised myself (kinda like a resolution) that monthly I would make my list of “complaints” and then my list of ways I could improve things. Maybe by making a monthly list I will make some long overdue changes for the better. And isn’t that what we all want for the new year anyway?
Happy New Year to all. May 2017 be a wonderful year.
Resolution for 2017. Try to eat healthier
JILL PETROVA says
I have resolved to be more compassionate to people around me
Nancy Burgess says
I’m going to take more time for reading and eat healthier.
Courtney Kinder says
My Resolution this year is to save money to buy a new car. Thanks for the chance!
Linda Joyce says
Hey there! You’re one of the 3 winners from the January LETTERS from Linda giveaway. I’m sending you an email. Please confirm your email address and I’ll send the trilogy of eBooks of the Fleur de Lis Brides. Congrats!!
My New Years revolution is to learn to sew. Thanks for the giveaway. Wishing you and yours a blessed,healthy and happy 2017.
K'Tee Bee says
My resolution was to try to focus on doing fun things and less on work things. Life is too short to just work. I need to spend more time with family & friends.
My resolution is o get back to my genealogy. Have a Happy New Year. Thanks for the opportunity to win these lovely books.
My resolution is to continue learning the violin. Thank you for this generous giveaway. Have a blessed New Year.
KD CLARK says
I resolve to work on Healing my body, mind, spirit and to Create Not Consume. Thanks for this Chance. Good Luck to All! Love & Peace, 🙂
Yaritza Santana says
I would like to start a Masters program, eat healthier and read 200 books.
Winnie Kowalski says
Make more time for family and friends.
Julie Sauer says
My resolution is to get to the game gym on a regular basis to help get my strength back
My 1 & only resolution this year is to get my kids healthier. Games have Games way to important to them, & they’ve forgotten how to play in real life. So I’ve gotta be mean mommy & nix the media time & increase the outside play time.
Ligia Booth says
I’m going to try and cook more. I hate the kitchen and cooking.
Elaine Folger says
My resolution is to be more patient witth others. I’m working on that one. I also want to be more careful what I eat. I’m trying to eat healthy.
Crystal Benedict says
Mine isn’t so much of a resolution as a hope. I wish for no more heartache this year. I lost my husband in May of 2016 and my Mom broke her hip less then two weeks later. So less heartache this year is my wish. No more horrible things.
Chelsea Hackert says
My resolution, to lose some more weight and get into shape
Mary Preston says
I want to step out of my comfort zone more. I like my rut far too much.
Katie Lahey says
I’m not a big one for resolutions because I usually don’t keep them, however, recently I realized that I need to stop always looking at the future and start living more in the present (there’s a lot that is missed if you don’t stop & look sometimes). So, with that in mind, I have challenged myself to find at least one good thing each day to be grateful for and enjoy those moments.
welll it to stay out of hsotal and then i am going to keep off 150 i lost and try to increase the 4 up and down to 6 up and 6 back dalily and then get more books done
Judy Pina says
My resolution is to try to pay off as much debt as I can. I would like to pay off my house this year.
Bonny B says
To fight (my end 2016 year)diagnosis of MS… I lost my fiancee because of this diagnosis. He didn’t think he could survive another wife dying before him. (His previous wife died if breast cancer) But, I am not giving up on him or my MS diagnosis. I will fight and win!!!
Linda Joyce says
Bonny! Hey there! You’re one of the THREE winners from my January newsletter giveaway! I’m sending you an email to confirm the address where I can send you books.
Margaret Appel says
My resolution is not to make any! If I don’t make any then I don’t break them 🙂 Instead, I’ll just make small changes thru the year and hopefully some of them will stick, like drinking more water 🙂
Rebecca Foley says
I am hoping to find a new job as I lost mine in 2016 due to several surgeries.
Jean White says
My main resolution is to be healthier this year. I will make Dr appointments and actually go to them. I will eat more vegetables and less chocolate and I will read less and walk more.
I stopped making resolutions because I can’t seem to follow through. But my hope for 2017 is to make better choices to becoming healthier.
Brenda Lewis says
I resolve to earn an A in Classical Mythology.
Cassandra D. says
To work out more.
Carol Hicks says
To be more gentle & forgiving with others.
Elizabeth Sul-Celline says
make choices to encourage health and happiness
Rhonda Dennis says
To really lose weight. 🙁
Cindy Reifel says
I stopped doing resolutions years ago because it usually only took a few weeks for me to blow it. I will say that, after last year, I’m determined that 2017 will be MUCH better!
Julie McDonough says
I don’t make New Years resolutions, I just try to do my best every day.
To be more organized
To become emotionally healthy.
Ria Alemina says
My resolution for 2017 is i could make a big sell for my newbie online shop that i worked with my sister.
Thankful for the little things in life and enjoy them. Be thankful for everyone in my life and the ability to help when I can.
Jackie Wisherd says
My resolution is to finish projects already started before beginning new ones. I think this would help me get better organized too.
Freya Airlyn says
My resolution for this 2017 is i could lose some weight from my diet! Hopely what i do worked! =)
sherry butcher says
Not on to set resolutions but goals. I set the goal then take it apart to do steps and make some progress on the way to help keep me focused. A. Yoga step 1 start doing a little 2 times a week. step 2 up yoga to 3 times a week. B walk the dog more. 1. everyday, 2. 1 morning and 2 after supper.
Good luck all on your resolution.
lori byrd says
I quit smoking dec. 30th and intend to keep it!