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Old 01-01-2018, 07:39 PM   #1
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First day of a new year is here! I am a big proponent of New Year's Resolutions. This year I resolve to practice guitar 2 hours every week. Probably will come up with a couple of more before the day is out.

Best of luck to everyone with their resolutions, and I would love to hear them if you want to share any. Thanks!
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Old 01-01-2018, 11:27 PM   #2
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Last year my New Years Resolution was to not have a New Years Resolution and it worked out so well, I decided to do the same thing this year.
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Old 01-01-2018, 11:34 PM   #3
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PK- LOL

Mine is non guitar related, it's to stick to the strength program I started (I lift weights all the time, always have, but the last 2 years didn't really do it progressively, more just lifted and didn't really push myself) and get my strength and muscle size up to a new level
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Last year my New Years Resolution was to not have a New Years Resolution and it worked out so well, I decided to do the same thing this year.
Yuk yuk, thanks for sharing.
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Mine is...to stick to the strength program I started.
Great resolution!
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PK- LOL

Mine is non guitar related, it's to stick to the strength program I started (I lift weights all the time, always have, but the last 2 years didn't really do it progressively, more just lifted and didn't really push myself) and get my strength and muscle size up to a new level
Idaho beef steak huh??
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Idaho beef steak huh??
ha more like idaho chicken legs lol
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Not really a resolution, but my girlfriend does reading challenges every year and talked me into doing one this year. So I'm gunning for reading 25 books this year—not too terribly many, but on top of school reading it'll be a challenge.

She's trying for 81, and she's already one down.
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Not really a resolution, but my girlfriend does reading challenges every year and talked me into doing one this year. So I'm gunning for reading 25 books this year—not too terribly many, but on top of school reading it'll be a challenge.
Hey this sounds like a resolution to me! Annual challenges, yearly goals, etc. are all in that same spirit of making a change for the coming year. Good luck...I am sure you'll find some good reading this year!
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