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5.1.06

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2006 is the year of the dog, and a great chance for a fresh start and new year's resolutions. i'm always curious about what everyone else plans on doing...do you have design resolutions? personal? professional? my design resolutions were posted here on msn's lifestyle blog, but, when it comes to personal resolutions, mine revolve around trying to incorporate more time spent outdoors, away from screens (tv & computer) and finding some peace and silence in what is a pretty crazy and hectic city. how about you guys? here's wishing you all a healthy and happy 2006. xo, d*s

16 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Personally, I don't believe in making resolutions or setting new year goals. I take it day by day and if I can mark off a list of things I need to do and have it done that day, I consider that an accomplishment. As far as long term goals, I'm always striving to achieve those.

3:59 PM  
Anonymous lisa said...

Drink more water (stay healthy)! That's always a good one. It seems to be an ongoing one for me. I also want to be more environmentally conscious, support local farmers, waste less, etc. My friend passed on this site www.idealbite.com that I just love. Happy new year Grace!

4:11 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

i guess mine would be to enjoy each day of my beautiful life and not get caught up in the crap; to be grateful for all the love i have and can give; to engage in all the incredible, positive things in the world around me.

startiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnggggggg...... NOW!

5:17 PM  
Anonymous dan@prestoflowers.com said...

Living on a remote island arhipelago in the Pacific for the past decade I am starved for culture and design. Thus I visit your site! Me thinkst I am smitten! My resolution is stop wasting time on female amusement that won't go anywhere and find an intelligent, curious woman that will challenge and complement me.

6:52 PM  
Blogger Stereoette said...

my design resolutions are posted on my blog, but my personal ones are to be on time (!!) and learn to really appreciate what i hear and see on any given day

8:43 PM  
Blogger jon said...

my resoultions this year are to take more photographs, eat more veggies, make my bed everyday, and like you Grace, try to spend more time away from this computer! (although i won't deny myself my daily d*S fix!!) happy new year!

8:45 PM  
Anonymous woodfurniture man said...

my resolution this year is to make more design in the web to provide more knowledge about and to focus my attention in design.

9:19 PM  
Blogger Juicy said...

design resolution is to revamp my portfolio site. personal resolution is to make less impulsive buys and purge all unneccessary material stuffs. minimalistic phase :)

11:27 PM  
Anonymous AJay said...

I'm vowing to take better care of myself physically and emotionally, to (finally) graduate with my BA and get into a good graduate school and to begin furthering my writing career.

12:20 AM  
Blogger fiftyRX3 said...

I am not a big resolution person, but I like the d*s goal to stay true to your space. In general, my goal is happiness. Specifically on the table in 2006: go to the dentist, design a small "sustainable" line of clothing, spiffy up my living space (frame the painting I bought in Mexico 5 years ago!!), pay my taxes, do my fiftyrx3 project (not quitting before the year is up) and have friends over more often. Today I opened a fortune cookie,"You are capable, competent, creative, careful. Prove it." Wow! Tall order from a cookie.

3:06 AM  
Blogger BangaloreGuy said...

Firstly, A happy new year to all!

And nope, dont believe in new year resolutions as such.

4:54 AM  
Blogger IMEDAGOZE said...

I vow to learn Adobe Illustrator this year!

9:03 AM  
Anonymous Josh said...

I didn't really have specific new years resolutions, but, I have already done a few significant things in my life. I cancelled Direct Tv and removed the TV, VCR, and Tivo from my bedroom. I am also returning my lease car early and using my two motorcycles only! I even went on a solo adventure motorcycle trip to death valley. I rode off into the desert and camped and everything.

10:35 AM  
Blogger trendoffice said...

I don't believe in new year resolutions, but I like what scot has said - I would join such resolution:)
Also, being born in a Year of the Dog
(http://www.c-c-c.org/chineseculture/zodiac/dog.html),
I hope to succeed to be 'a real one' what concerns its positive side and avoid the negative one - both in personal and professional plan.

Happy New Year to all of you and good luck with your design resolutions!

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Penny said...

I totally agree with you about trying to spend more time outdoors away from screens. However my main resolution is to finally learn to drive. Living your whole life in NYC doesn't motivate you much to learn to drive.

7:25 PM  
Blogger Vajra said...

I actually love New Year resolutions. I like being able to scrub the old slate (metaphorically speaking) and look at ways that I can make my life a little better. This year I've resolved to moisturize, pray the psalms morning and evening, and take out the trash every Sunday and clean my bathroom mirror so at least a few things are tidied, and to make my bed every day...and to reconsider them at the end of a month. So far I love them: especially the moisturizing.
Cheers!

11:46 PM  

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