I’ve learned not to make too much out of new year’s resolutions. Last year I wanted to take some courses, but that was a bust. The course I did take was a total waste of time. I would like to take an evening computer course, so I will do some research over the next few weeks.

I have lots of projects that I want to do in the coming year, but I would work on these projects without having to make a resolution. I will be upgrading blogs, starting new websites and writing stories. I have a new Flip Ultra HD video cam and I want to record some tutorials using it.

In 2009, the weather was bad and I did not walk much. The bus commute made my schedule very rigid, so I did not get up early and walk. I want to start that up as soon as the weather starts to get better. In April I want to go to bed earlier and get up early enough to walk around the lake again. I liked that. If I don’t get up early, I will drive over there after work and walk, but either way I want to walk at least three miles a day this spring.

I’ll check on new year’s eve 2010 and see how I’ve done. 1) Walk. 2) Take a course. 3) Record Tutorials. 4) Follow up on new projects (Harp recording project and Robotic Website).

Odds are I will never get to any of these. I’ve had similar resolutions for as long as I have been writing them down.


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I started reading Science Fiction in the 1950s. I started Writing SF in the 1960s. Then, I had a life. Now I am retired, raising chickens and keeping bees. I am still an avid reader and I have sold about 70 stories in the last 20 years.
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