This year I have some reading resolutions I need to say out loud, so that maybe they'll stick.
1. Keep better track of the books I've read. I belong to LibraryThing, Shelfari, and goodreads; all great services, but I don't put them to good use. I don't use them nearly enough to really track what I've read. I used to keep a physical notebook, but was pretty sporadic about that, so I went digital. Which somehow was my excuse to just stop keeping track altogether. Hmm...must remedy this.
2. Review books directly after reading. Obviously. Because then reviews have a better chance of actually being written. Right.
3. Write something every day. For me, reading, writing, journaling, blogging and even meditation all go hand in hand, and if one suffers, they all suffer. Also, I have a wee problem with consistency, and I think I need to train myself to do a little bit every day. I'm working on it.
I have some non-reading-related resolutions, too (The Game On! Diet, anyone?), but they tend to be the same stale ones every year, and I don't even kid myself about keeping them for very long.
Any resolutions, reading-related or not, you'd like to share?