As of this weekend, 2011 has officially come to a close and we are now embarking into 2012 (which, if the Mayans are right, could very well be our last year of existence). That makes this year’s resolutions more important than ever. I mean, this could be your last shot to shed those 15 pounds, start drinking more water, or balance your budget! All of that being said, here at QLP we have some pretty high hopes for 2012.
Without further ado, here are our New Year’s resolutions!
To complete the new CRM tool and put live the website redesign; HOT DAMN! – Bret B.
Go to bed by midnight. That would make my whole life happier. Yet, I can’t ever seem to do it. – Jeff P.
1) Finish removing the tattoo on my right arm and replace it with a new, more awesome one! 2) Adopt another old cat that nobody else wants. 3) Take a vacation somewhere warm – Anthony G.
Here’s something a little different. I have decided to no longer make New Year’s resolutions. I find I get disappointed if I don’t accomplish them, and why does change need to come at the END of a year? I make self-resolutions all year long for myself. If I want something changed I do it NOW as opposed to waiting until midnight on NYE and making a promise to myself that I probably won’t even remember in the morning. – Kat D.
I have a couple New Year’s resolutions, the major one I want to fulfill is to quit smoking. The second one is definitely one that a lot of people have as resolutions, I think and that is sticking to a workout schedule – and working out 5 days a week (either to lose weight or to gain muscle). – Benjamin B.
With the addition of my second and final child (at least for now) to my family last spring, 2012 is the year I’m devoting to bettering myself to become a better wife and mom to my family and a better customer service rep to my customers. I’ve devoted myself to WW to become the slimmest and healthiest me I can be for my family. Entering my 3rd year at QLP my focus is to really strengthen my relationship with my AWESOME customers and with their feedback become the best resource I can be in assisting them to grow and succeed in their businesses through their marketing and promotions. – Kelly B.
My resolutions for 2012 are: spend more time writing and less time on the Internet, start working on learning a third language, and to play a video game the entire way through. Those are in addition to the less important “be organized” and “be more financially savvy.” It’s all about the pride of beating a video game. – Mandy K.
My most important New Year’s resolution is to spend as much time as humanly possible with my daughter. I am a single mother working full time so the moments I get to spend with her are beyond priceless (if that’s even possible). A few other resolutions are to lose weight, to go back to school, to become better with my finances and saving money, and to get a new car and house. Now, I know buying things and saving money contradict each other, but it makes sense for when I buy my new things because I will know how to budget better for them. Oh yeah, and to potty train my daughter by her 2nd birthday! (Wish me luck!) – Candice J.
For the past several years, my New Year’s resolution has been to do more reading in my spare time. Actually, that’s pretty much been my standard resolution since I was a teenager, though admittedly, I’ve never been very good at keeping it. Apart from the many random articles I read online on a daily basis, I just don’t do a whole lot of leisure reading. So, maybe I’ll try for a more achievable resolution this year: like donating to charity more often, or swearing less, or something along those lines. But even if I can’t keep them, I suppose there’s always next year. Then again, this IS 2012 we’re talking about — which means there may not be a “next year” after all. With that being said, we should all probably do our best to honor our current resolutions while we can. Now that I think about it, the best resolution would be to make this coming year the most memorable and joyful yet, because it’ll surely be our last. Happy New Year, everyone! – Joe G.
I’m giving up cookies for an entire year! It’s going to be very tough but I’m excited! And eating tons of cookies from now until the new year. – Lauren M.
My resolution for 2012 is to somehow save the show “Community” from the network purgatory NBC has relegated it to! AND to cut down on the amount of pop I drink. AND get more people to call it “pop” instead of “soda”. – Alex B.
In addition to some of the standard New Year’s resolutions that everyone and their mother says, here are a couple of mine. My New Year’s resolution is to finish the damn book I’ve been working on since 2008. That means I aim to set aside more time for my personal writing each night, set goals within my writing, and actually follow bits of the outline I’ve composed. Also, I need to learn not to be such a perfectionist when it comes to getting ideas out on the table. It’s better to have an arsenal of ideas to choose from (it can always be cut down later). With this resolution in place, hopefully I’ll at least finish my novel before the world is slated to end in 2012! – Jill T.
Exercise. Stop smoking. Become more Zen with daily life and stresses, you know…really practice that “don’t sweat the small stuff” mentality. – Serenity M.
I vow to not be a back seat driver in 2012 and beyond! I’ve been doing this since before I could legally drive, that it’s time at the age of 22 to stop. I don’t even realize I’m saying anything until after it pops out. It’s like I think I’m the one who’s actually controlling the car. I need to stop doing this or else I’m pretty sure I’ll either have to drive myself (alone) all the time or walk. Now that I’ve acknowledged the problem, maybe I can change. I hope so. – Amy S.
My New Year’s resolution is to get in shape for my wedding in September! I’m cutting out the crap from my diet (chips and candy) and replacing it with fresh fruits and veggies! This was my resolution last year too, then a couple weeks into January I went on a cruise and all bets were off – free buffets all day, how could I not indulge . I have a goal and deadline this year and I’m determined to make it! Also I would like to learn something new in 2012. I might take some dance or boxing classes (it will also aid in my fitness goals). – Jen F.
This is more of a goal than a resolution, but I plan on graduating and earning my Bachelor’s Degree in 2012! In addition to that, I hope to spend more time appreciating the things that I have and less time complaining. Hopefully I can check my negative attitude at the door of 2012 and start fresh with a more positive outlook. – Jenna M.
Now it’s your turn! Did you fulfill your resolutions for 2011? What are your resolutions for 2012? Sound off in the comments below!