New Years Resolution Printable for YOU!

Note: the updated 2013-2014 version is coming soon! I will link to it as soon as it is live.  Thank you.
So your kids are set with their New Year’s printable and now it’s your turn! I made a New Years Resolution sheet for you to fill out with a little twist.

A few years ago I fell in love with Danyelle’s want need wear read idea for Christmas.  Instead of my normal resolutions, I tried to think out of the box a little more.  Here’s how I broke it up:
One Word:  Focus your year by picking one word.  Started a few years ago and has taken the blog world by storm.  I will be sharing my one word soon.
WANT:  These are things you desperately want for the year 2012.  Not necessarily physical things.
NEED:  A few goals for what you REALLY need.  More patience? (always a goal of mine ;))
SHARE:  Some things that you can share with others.  Your time, your talents, some kind of service.
SUCCEED:  This category is for concrete goals.   Example: Complete a marathon.  Read 50 books.  Finish your master bedroom.  Whatever you decide is true success.

Download a New Years Resolution Printable.
For 30days followers and personal use only.  Thanks!
What kinds of goals are on your list for 2012?

New 2013 version is UP!


Hi- I'm Mique (as in Mickey). I started 30days as an idea file a few years ago. After three years and hundreds of ideas, I now realize that I'll never check them all off my list. When I'm not creating, I love spending time with family and friends and long drives, especially if they end at the beach.

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  2. Ashli says

    I am loving all these printables! I just moved and I am looking for buddies. In the mean time I found this blog and I am loving every minute of it! I can’t wait to see what the new year brings! What a great site!

  3. Cindy says

    Hi, I just found your new years resolution for you! Are you going to update the year for 2014? Thanks!!!

  4. Cody @ Solemn Sound says

    I was wondering if I could share this on blog? I would give you full credit. There is a New Years Resolution link up coming up that this would fit great it.


  5. Miranda says

    It’s already September and 2012 is ending but there’s still something that I really want to do. What I really want in 2012 is to be successful in my business. What I really need in 2012 is luck. What I will share in 2012 is love. In 2012 I will succeed at my cotton candy machines. I hope I can do this before the year ends.

  6. Janey says

    I am so very late to finish working on this. But I cannot get it to print with all of the content. It leaves of the yellow word “Succeed” but I get everything else! Do you have ideas, because I have no more ideas to try!

    Ha, okay my hubby took a screen shot of it and it finally printed. But otherwise it has never printed right. The kids version prints perfectly, fwiw!

  7. says

    I don’t make new year’s resolutions but I don’t think about what I might do during the year. I am definetly going to keep up with staying organized and even more so now that I’m working more hours a week. No sluffing off! Thanks for sharing! Not sure what my one word will be yet. MMmmm let’s see!

  8. Linda says


    I love this idea and want to do this with my kids today. I just saw this on pinterest! Fun!

    When I click on the link to print, it just open up a blank screen. Nothing there…can you help?

    Thanks and happy new year!!


  9. Donna B says

    Thanks for this…..I had found 1 similar to this for the kids on a different blog several days ago & printed it out for my kids to do tonight (New Years Eve). Now I (just) printed 4 copies of yours for all of the adults (my husband, myself & my parents) to do tonight before the ball drop!!!!

  10. Sharon Russell says

    We have some of the same goals: photo shop and getting organized! losing weight…getting healthier —sleeping (been up since 3 AM…) sigh. See my new second blog:
    it–and my mentor-Flylady–will help with the gettin “orgd” ! Blessings, Sharon

  11. says

    Whoa, you want to lose 225 lbs in 2012? (The sample paper says “lose 15 more 15 lbs.”) I want to know your secret! ;-)

  12. Allyson says

    Thank you for this printable. I have been looking for something a little more meaningful than just a resolutions list. This really puts the focus on what is to be accomplished. I love it and I can’t wait to hear what your word for the year is! I think I have mine…and I so desperately need it! Thanks again.

    • Mique says

      You’re welcome Allyson! I feel the same way- I wanted something that wasn’t just a list of goals I would never accomplish. Happy New Year!! xo

  13. Sharon says

    I LOVE this! Thank you so much for sharing! I’m now actually going to write down and set my 2012 resolutions, and might actually frame it too!

    • Mique says

      You’re so welcome Sharon! Glad you like it. A frame would be awesome. I think I’m going to laminate mine. ;) Happy New Year!

  14. says

    LOVE this! Thank you for making a cute place where I can write my resolution & keep it visible. I love how this and allows for some variety in (and inspiration of!) my goals.

    I think my one word will either be “live” or “purpose”. Hmmm…need to think about it.

    Thank you SO much for sharing!

    • says

      Ha! And I’m going to reply to myself and say I need to proofread before I press “POST COMMENT”. Hope you can figure out what I was trying to say! ;)

    • Mique says

      You’re so welcome Catherine. Glad you like it. Let me know what you decide to do for your “one word.” :) And I followed your comment just fine (no worries about the typo)! Happy New Year!