2018 Resolutions Round-Up

Every new year’s eve, it’s my tradition to review the prior year’s resolutions before making new ones. Last January, I felt demoralized and exhausted by everything 2017 had thrown at me. I only made three resolutions.

  1. Set a regular date night with my husband— This one was a total bust. Between his trial for the first five months of the year and my twice monthly police commission meetings and writing group, it felt like too much to deal with. That was a mistake. This needs to be a priority.

The best things that happened this year, in no particular order:

  1. Dems took the House.

My next post will cover my 2019 resolutions and I feel back up to snuff, ready to make an unrealistic number of personal goals for the year.

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Andrea Laiacona Dooley

Andrea Laiacona Dooley

I write, parent, arbitrate, not necessarily in that order. Please subscribe to my newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/AndreaLD