Based on my success with posting my 2013 resolutions, I decided to do the same this year. I found a monthly update in the comments helped me to stay on track.
1) A carry over from last year: host an open house or other large party. This still overwhelms me and brings me out of my comfort zone, but I really enjoy catching up with friends.
2) Plan to run/power walk at least 520 miles this year -- that is only 10 miles a week, but as we anticipate a large snowstorm, it feels like a challenge. I might revise this mid-year.
3) Read at least 100 books, which is similar to what I read this year. Still, it is a nice round number. Keep the books updated in my Goodreads account.
4) Meatless "Mondays." We've dabbled with the idea of going vegetarian, this year I plan to make a real step in this direction. The quotes around Monday are because we already have plans to go to a Colonial dinner on one Monday, and there is nothing vegetarian on their menu.
5) At least one race in either a new state, or out of the country. States raced in so far include: California, Florida, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. That leaves a lot of options open.
6) A chip time of under 35:00 in a 5K (so close on this one). A PR in a half would be nice, too (under 2:43:36).
7) Becoming a better photographer. Yeah, that goal is too vague. Attempting a 365 photo project.
8) I want to add a professional goal for 2014, but I don't have one just yet. 2013 took me on many wild adventures. I'd like to continue looking for a permanent position (with benefits) while continue to build my freelance business. I know, I probably should stick with one or the other.
9) Environmental goals:
a) Participate in town-wide composting program (signed up, but more families are needed).
b) Get rid of two items for every one that comes into the house, with the except of consumables (such as food and toiletries). I'm behind in this goal as we bought a mirror and a Christmas tree on day 1, but did not discard anything. Not sure how this will work since ideally I want to give things away (one man's trash is another man's treasure) but then the items will be in a holding pattern in our basement.