New Year's Resolutions can be a wishy-washy topic: you either make them and break them, or never bother (and if you're one of those rare people who manage to stick it out for the entire year, you should be given a medal and put in a museum for the rest of us to study).\r\n\r\nBut if you're looking for a resolution that can help you in your 2014 writing journey, you've come to the right place. Here are some ideas:\r\nSet a writing goal\r\nWhat are your writing goals for 2014?Image Credit: BazaarBizarreSF Photography, Creative Commons.\r\nIt could be 300 words a day, one poem per week, editing one chapter every fortnight. Whatever it is, you'll be writing and working on your writing often, and every little bit helps.\r\n\r\nSet a reading goal\r\nIf you're a bookworm this will be easy. But if finding the time to read more is difficult, then make a resolution to squeeze more in. On the bus, on your lunch break, 15 minutes before bed.\r\nStart a new project\r\nYou've gotta love the motivation and excitement that comes with starting something new. How big your project becomes is up to you. You could start a blog, a journal, even a monthly 'zine.\r\nJoin a group\r\nWriting doesn't have to be lonely, and meeting up with a regular workshopping group, book club, or online network can put you in touch with other writers and allow you to branch out creatively.\r\n***\r\nAs with any long-term commitment, choosing an achievable resolution will make it easier to keep up with. And remember, missing a target or two won't ruin your end result.\u00a0Any dedicated moment will make you a better writer.\r\n\r\nAll the best for the New Year and good luck with your 2014 writing goals!