Probably start having more fun in wow since the last year leading raids, started to feel more like a job than a game.IRL same as the past 4 years, quit smoking and drop 10 kilos XD
My new year's resolution is: Be worthy of trust, honor your family and friends, have faith, protect those who have no way to defend themselves and don't be afraid of the challenges posed on you ... and at the end of your challenge is bigger than you, never fear, wipe your tears recompose yourself, get up, fight and win! Pass this lesson for your children, and for every generation after them.
mine is to pass the arabic class I'm taking this semester.
Just in general, I'm looking to be more confident in everything I do for 2012!
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In-game : To ''catch'' at least 151 pets.Out-of-game : Get in shape !
manage my time and money better!
Stop insulting people so much.
RL resolution:-Work on drawing more oftenWoW resolution:-Get one of every class/race to 85/Level Cap
To stop being indecisive and level up my favorite classes!
My New Years Resolution is to start giving more than getting. I've been lucky with rare drops and getting gold this year but I've been hogging them for myself. It's time I start helping others instead of getting help. Whether it's farming their gold, giving up a mount for them, or helping them get their mount. My next part of New Years Resolution is to start being nice to poeple, whether they're new or not. I've been a jerk when it comes to someone messing up, but everyone makes mistakes. If I see someone with no gold and they're not the ones yelling "can anyone give me gold?" I will give them gold and help them out. If someone wants help with a quest, I will stop what I'm doing to help them. I want to help be apart of helping the community, instead of one of those people that complain about someones DPS or that they trinketted a sap. Those kind of things you can help by giving them a tip.Also to start being more social in real life. I'm usually quiet but the more friends the better.
Stopped making New Years resolutions a long time ago. If you want something enough to make a "resolution", then why wait for New Years?Make it happen now! Too many people fail at their resolutions because they try and do so many things at once. Some changes are tough. Just do them one at a time and avoid the grind. : )