Your D.C. Editor's New Year's Resolutions — Share Yours, Too!

Here's a personal truth — I never make New Year's Resolutions. At least, not ones that last longer than, oh, a day. But for 2012, I'm making a determined effort. I'm pasting these personal goals everywhere (on my bulletin board, in a notebook, on this site) in the hopes that I'll actually stick with a few. From silly to serious, this is what I'm hoping to achieve in the coming 12 months — share your resolutions in the comments!
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"My most important goal is to take good care of myself in 2012. That means daily runs (or at least walks) and eating — or drinking! — lots of healthy green things."

Athleta Intrepid Tank, $39, available at Athleta, 3229 M Street NW; 202-471-4268; Bolthouse Farms Green Goodness Fruit Smoothie, available at Whole Foods Market stores.

Photos: Via Athleta and Bolthouse Farms
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"Reading is such a luxury — setting aside an hour on a lazy weekend day to just read and drink tea sounds better to me than any spa treatment. Okay, well, almost any."

Blue Nights by Joan Didion, $15, available at Amazon.

Photo: Via Amazon
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"The D.C. restaurant scene changes on the daily, and there are tons of new places I need to check out. Fiola is at the top of my list right now."

Fiola, 601 Pennsylvania Ave NW; 202-628-2888.

Photo: Via Fiola/Daniel Swartz
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"I love doing creative projects in my free time, but my workspace is seriously disorganized. I'm scouting for a super-cool old filing cabinet to keep all my jewelry findings, sewing supplies, and other odds and ends in order."

Vintage metal drugstore file cabinet, $560, available at Urge Studio.

Photo: Via Urge Studio
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"How cool is this sweater from Wool and The Gang? I've wanted to learn how to knit for ages, and being able to make something like this is just enough motivation to get me started."

Wool and The Gang Sexy Back Sweater Kit, $99, available at Wool and the Gang.

Photo: Via Wool and The Gang
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"I've never been to Paris — it's on my bucket list — and I'd be thrilled to take a trip in 2012. Give me some baguettes, retro French pop tunes, flea markets, plenty of cheese and wine, and I'll be set."

Photo: Via Office du Tourisme de Paris