My 3 Words for 2015

I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. They are too easy to break.

And what’s the point of it if it is not something I am going to be able to uphold?

Instead, I take a page from Chris Brogan each year, and use 3 words to frame what I want my year to be. Here are my 3 words for 2015.


Recently I have been writing fiction more, and that has made me happy. I need to continue to do that.

I also started a series of blog posts posting flash fiction on Fridays. I would like to get back to that.

In addition, I have plans for other forms of writing, mostly blogs. I took quite a lot of time off from blogging in 2014, and I want to do more of it, but in a more targeted manner.


In 2013 and 2014, I participated in NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. That has left me with two extremely rough drafts for separate novels.

One thing I would like to do in 2015 is to see both of those novels published. That means I need to break my goals down, including writing the second draft of one novel in January.

And there are certainly other projects, ones that are just inklings now, that I would like to see completed.

This word serves as a reminder to me that I need to complete what I start.


2015 is a year of new for me. New projects, new experiences, new times. It’s all set for me to reach in and have

This is a reminder that I need to step out of my comfort zone and do new things to find success in the year.

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