1. I resolve to try to be open to other peoples ideas and views a little more than in the past.

    I will also resolve to try and dump a few zillion pounds in the New Year.

    I also resolve to maintain my GPA or even with more studying increase it ! (who knows stranger things have happened.

    My last and my most important resolution is to show my husband just how much he means to me!

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  3. by   Mkue
    I'm going to continue to not "sweat the small stuff"

    I resolve to have all my cabinets cleaned out and organized in 2003 :chuckle (so I have 12 months)

  4. by   LaceyA.
    I promise to take better care of my body. I am going to take my daily vit. each day and exercise, drink more water, and eat right. The stuff that I know I am supposed to do anyways!

    I also am going to try to lower my stress level...

    I hope we can all keep these promises!

  5. by   PennyLane
    I'm going to stop interrupting people. (Not that I do it all the time, but you know what I mean.)
  6. by   FutureRN~Pookie
    Hey guys! Well, I have a few resolutions I want to keep for the new year!
    1. Boost my GPA. (I'm a senior in H.S. and want to get my grades up)
    2. Be kinder (is that a word?) to the people around me.
    3. SAVE money instead of spending it. Not only I am going to be in Nursing School, I will also have a rent check to make out every month (welcome to the REAL WORLD!!!)

    Ok, that's enough for now!

  7. by   Ortho_RN
    Well #1 I am gonna use the gym membership that I pay for

    #2.. Be a better student.. I do study alot, but not as much as I could..

    #3.. Be nicer to my husband..
  8. by   szccdw
    I have got to lose some weight. I gained 20 lbs my first semester of nursing school . Since I 'm going into my 2nd semester I can't see me gaining another 20. At this rate by the time graduation comes they'll be rolling me down the isle.
  9. by   bewbew
    The age old one for me............give up smoking...........

    and.........drink more more fruit.........exercise more, and, like mkue, not "sweat the small stuff"!!

  10. by   Love-A-Nurse
    no new resolutions for me. i am taking everything one day at a time.
  11. by   kimmicoobug
    My resolutions. LOSE WEIGHT! I lost all of my postpartum and then some. So, overall, I lost 20 lbs....but, I have gained 15 back over the last year.
    -So, I plan on cutting out soda but maybe one a week (causes me to retain water)
    -Cut out alcohol from my fridge, and will drink it only once per month when I go out with the buds.
    eat out only once per week.
    -Use my bike, at least on weekends.

    Another goal of mine is to not go under in my account. Hubby and I are terrible at managing money and keeping track of exactly how much is in our account.

    That is it.
  12. by   nursing 101
    Try to devote more time to my son (i'm starting to see the effects of not paying attention to him)
    I want to boost and maintain my gpa,
    Take care of my body in a natural holistic way..,
    And pray on a daily basis...
    I'm sure I got some more but these are the most important ones
  13. by   shunda
    I am going to lose weight...I want to lose at least 50 lbs. Also spend more quality time with my sons and husband...going to school full-time and working part-time it is kinda of hard but I am going to make the sacarifice. I want to try and make a total lifestyle change. I read where someone said "pray daily" I pray but I really want to spend some intimate time with the Lord. I want to just strive to be a better person to myself and all mankind and try to help people that are less fortunate than me. I hope that all of us can make 2003 a better year and may all of our dreams come true.
  14. by   2banurse
    originally posted by love-a-nurse
    no new resolutions for me. i am taking everything one day at a time.
    although there are things i would like to do...i.e. lose weight, cut down on watching tv, particularly repeats, etc. taking everything one day at a time seems more doable.