I resolve not to lend my comb to a Labradoodle again.
Since I find the French word amusing, I resolve to use pamplemousse more often.
I resolve to try meditation even though it may give me inner peace.
Even if I do it at the lowest speed, I resolve to never again run the blender with the top off even just to make graham cracker crumbs.
I resolve not to lie more than three—ok, seven—times a day.
I resolve to do something nice for someone else every day. Ok, every week.
I resolve not to be (less) annoyed by vegans.
I resolve to accept that I will not get down to the weight I want.
I resolve to smile more.
I resolve to be less of a wiseass. (Oops. That conflicts with above.)
I resolve to learn the words to the second stanza of The Star-Spangled Banner.
I resolve never to sing the second stanza of The Star-Spangled Banner.
I resolve to produce less polluting waste.
I resolve not to learn how to play mah-jongg. (Sorry, spouse.)
I resolve to make fewer typographicul errorrs.
I resolve to at least in some small way make our politics better.
I resolve to have an open mind about religion.
I resolve to figure out why that when I resolve something I have not made a resolvolution.
I resolve to remember the words of Benjamin Disraeli in Sybil or the Two Nations: “To be conscious you are ignorant is a great step to knowledge.”
I resolve to remember the words of Anne Morrow Lindbergh in A Gift from the Sea: “The most exhausting thing in life, I have discovered, is being insincere.”
I resolve to deepen my sense of wonder.