Here goes mine... I, Aaron 92 make the following resolutions for 2014. 1. Improve my punctuality. By this, I mean be in good time (less than a minute late) for all commitments (both important and unimportant) at least 4/5ths of the time. I'm choosing this goal because I've often had a problem with lateness and procrastination, which has frequently left me feeling embarrassed, frustrated and inadequate, and this has contributed to problems with self- esteem and self- confidence 2. Continue to improve my fitness and physical health. This means firstly improving my diet, by giving myself 1 day a week of no junk food (no cake, chocolate etc) Secondly, working on my personal bests in timed runs and working myself towards a half and eventually a full marathon. I'm chosen this resolution because I enjoy running, and it's a reasonably easy goal to achieve. 3. Develop my social skills and social connections. This is definitely the most difficult, risky and emotionally draining goal for me because I have pretty poor social skills and my friendships come and go quite a lot I've chosen this goal because I've had poor connections in the past, and I'm working with a counsellor to improve my social skills 4. Reduce the frequency of, and begin to quit PMOing permanently. This will be a difficult but rewarding goal, and one which I have been struggling against since September of 2013. Reasons for this goal are here: http://www.yourbrainrebalanced.com/index.php?topic=15229.msg272538#msg272538 5. Continue to educate myself with self- improvement books and continue learning new skills and gaining new knowledge e.g. begin to learn a foreign language and continue learning to meditate.