Amy Coffin over at WeTree Genealogy Blog and Denise Levenick at The Family Curator outlined goals for themselves for 2011 and each recently posted their year-end progress reports. The idea seems to have caught on in the geneablogging community and for good reason.
I’ve never been one for New Years Resolutions. All the important changes I’d ever want to make would be lifestyle changes which are more likely to stick when done gradually and thoughtfully. Plus, it doesn’t take a statistician to see that the gym is always a madhouse the month of January but by February, most of those people have abandoned their own resolutions and you can hear crickets in the cardio room. An arbitrary start date of 1 Jan seems doomed to failure.
But a goal for a New Year seems like a different beast. Continue reading New Year Goals: 2012