last year my NYR was to read 30 books. I made it to 20. I think that is pretty good!
Here is what I'm toying with this year:
1) Running a 5k
2) Reading 21 books :P
3) Drinking only once a week
4) Writing a letter to a friend once a week (I have a list of 50 people who get letters... I need 2 more!!)
5) Go to the gym 150 times
6) Take 52+ spin classes
7) Save 10% of my income
I want one that is meaningful... last year's was... I don't know why, but it was a goal that was measurable and attainable (almost), and I didn't feel like a failure when I didn't meet it, because I made a good effort to try and I still got to read 20 great books. The problem with running is that I don't want to do it. I've tried the couch to 5k program and I make it to the 3rd week and quit. I just don't want to feel like a failure. I'd like to learn to cook, but realistically, could I say "make 1 new meal per week" and actually stick with it?