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Hello and Happy New Year! Welcome to our hop and thanks for joining us. This week’s challenge comes from the amazing Elizabeth Schechter:

“New Year, Who Dis?” — New Year’s plans and resolutions

I guess my first resolution is obvious: write more. I really want to finish my WIP (already halfway there) and I have several other ideas I would like to explore.

Some of the activities I had planned have been changed, but I still want to work on listening more and being more responsive. Sometimes, I fail to broaden my focus and that can be detrimental. In fact, I get on my husband all the time for ‘not listening’. I need to work on that, too.

I have also resolved to not be so naïve. You’d think I would have learned that by now, but some things have come to light recently that make me aware I am too trusting. Which doesn’t mean I should build walls. I just need to open the windows more and let in other ideas and possibilities; look behind the curtain and see what’s going on backstage.

I would also like to be part of the positive change, both in the world and in my writing community. I’m thinking that might take up some real time, but that’s okay.

Oh, and pet my dog more. You can never get enough unconditional love. That is, it’s unconditional as long as we go to the dog park every day!

Again, Happy New Year and may all your resolutions be remembered throughout the year.

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Now let’s hop over to the fabulous A.S. Fenichel and learn about her plans and resolutions…

http://asfenichel.com/blog

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