The resolutions are divided into four categories. For me, that's Writing, Professional and Volunteer, Personal, and Interpersonal. Some of them are perhaps unreasonable -- Under Personal/Financial, I had a goal of saving $10,000 this year, which Kevin thinks is pretty unlikely. Well, maybe, but I want to try. I've never saved a significant amount of money in my life, and now that I have a real salary, I don't feel like I have so much excuse for it.
A lot of them are work-related (like finishing my novel, writing a play, stabilizing the art foundations, having a weekly group writing day at a cafe, etc.). But some are actually about not working. Because last year was so insane, and I don't want to go there again. There's Interpersonal ones about calling friends, staying in touch, and I have a whole category of Fun/Relaxation, with actions like: take a day off every week, and go out to a play or movie monthly. Doing yoga with Lakshmi falls into both this category and the Health category; it's nice when there's overlap. Occasionally, some of the goals seem a bit contradictory. :-)
Anyway, I have no idea how well I'll do at actually keeping these goals, but it was nice to make the effort, and to do it with a bunch of friends, brainstorming ways we can help each other achieve our goals over the course of the year. Even if I only do half of them (assuming it's the right half :-), my life will be better. I think.