It’s a new year and you know what that means—new year’s resolutions. I love goals, but I know people have a lot of mixed feelings about resolutions. Of course, you should never focus too heavily on trying to lose weight in an unhealthy way, put too much pressure on yourself to say…get married in the next year, especially if you’re not seriously dating anyone. But resolutions and goals can help you feel focused and drive your actions for the year ahead. This year, I asked several conservative women what they were resolving to do (or not do!) in 2020. My hope is to check in with these women about halfway through the year about what they’ve learned so far, and offer tips and tricks for keeping their resolutions on track. We all know it’s not easy to stay focused when life gets in the way, but I hope reading these resolutions (and the reasoning behind them) will help inspire you to better yourself in some way this year!
There are several things I hope to accomplish in 2020. I resolve to meet my reading goal, about 36 to 40 books, as I failed to meet the benchmark in 2019. I’d like to introduce more Millennials, especially women, to fishing and shootings sports—maybe even hunting! And when not growing my business, I plan to dedicate time to continue writing human interest stories and do some original reporting on politics, conservation, and other trending topics. Oh, and to hula hoop 5 times a week. It’s a great way to maintain a svelte figure. Ha!