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What Are Your New Year's Resolutions?

It's December 31st, so it's time to look to the next year. I am sure many of you already have, or perhaps you have some time now. I am curious to read what you want to happen in your life in 2019.

My goal is to continue on the path that I am on now, which I wrote down as a list, so here it goes:

- Continue to build my character. Be someone that others can rely on and that is fun to be around. In a genuine way.
- Start my own business. Do things that help me earn some money, but also really contribute something good to the world.
- Change jobs (work 32 hours here, 8-16 hours for my business)
- Save 10k
- Build a great relationship. Hopefully with the girl I am dating now, she is a lovely person and I don't want this to end, unless it turns out that we are not a good match or it is just not working for either one of us (or both), then I do want it to end, but so far I have no doubt in my mind.
- Continue to build more structure and peace in my life. It's been a long journey, I feel like the good life is starting now. I don't need to fight and struggle anymore, but I need to maintain this stability so that I can continue to grow from here. Concrete steps are to plan my days and weeks (realistically, without overplanning) and meditate regularly.
- In line with the previous goal: live healthily. Now that I have gotten to this point, I don't want my life to suddenly end or grow bad because of health problems (which I currently don't have). Like everyone, I want to live a long and healthy life, and that's in part dependent on the choices I make now.
- Enjoy doing sports on most days, especially climbing and triathlon.
- Ready every day. Even if it's just 5 pages.
- Love the people in my life.
- Learn new skills every day.
- Enjoy my home, spend more time here instead of the office or city center. Working, reading, relaxing.
- Capture my memories: write in a journal, and make more photographs.

That's it I think. Few of these goals are new, most I am doing now to some extent and I just want to do more of that. This is not a checklist, it's just a direction that I want to move in.

And what about you? What are your resolutions?
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