I’ve Got My 2008 Resolutions All Ready

No, you didn’t read that wrong. 🙂 The whole reverse resolution idea is explained over at GNMParents (now ForeverParenting.) Feel free to share your list there, or if you want to just keep it within the Earnest Parenting family, put it in the comments here so we can celebrate you!

Happy New Year, Internets!

Earnest Parenting: helping parents celebrate the new year.

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14 Responses to “I’ve Got My 2008 Resolutions All Ready”

  1. TG says:

    What a great idea!

  2. oliviadanial says:

    Hi Nice Blog .Thank you

  3. thanks a lot for sharing ur experience.

  4. sabiq says:

    hpy new year 2009!! 😀
    i wish this world can peace.. u.u

  5. I wish you all a very happy new year 2009.The idea is good and I like it. Thanks for the posting.

  6. web celeb says:

    I did not write mine yet:-(
    But I think a couple will be “get famous online / become a web celebrity”

    and be nicer to my girlfriend.


  7. Peter Morrow says:

    Happy new year. All the best.

  8. Brian Elliott says:

    Nice blog idea. You’ll always have stuff to post about, sharing your daily experiences.

  9. Nugroho Adi Pratama says:

    i wish in this 2009 i will have more traffic on my blog, get famous, and life will with my family.

  10. Greg Ellison says:

    Happy belated New Year. Greg Ellison

  11. selena says:

    I wish all of you a very happy and properous new year. (belated)
    My resolution is to gain more money with my hard work and great patience.

  12. Amy says:

    Thanks for all the well wishes everyone. Do you have your 2008 resolutions ready to list yet? Let’s celebrate some successes!

  13. Kris says:

    I’m hoping to cut out my diet coke! a 6 pack a day can’t be healthy!

  14. Amy says:

    Kris, oh my goodness! That’s a lot of diet pop and a big goal! Are you going cold turkey, or cutting back gradually?

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