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I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions — why wait till the new year when you can start today?  Also, making resolutions just for the sake of making resolutions usually means you’ll end up breaking them sooner than later. But if you’re looking for some last-minute resolutions to make this New Year, you could do worse than picking one from this list.

I resolve to:

  • Spend more time in the shop.
  • Involve my kids in more projects.
  • Bolster the economy by buying more tools.
  • Finish my projects in a timely manner.
  • Remember to wear my safety equipment
  • Evaluate tools based on merit not brand.
  • Buy the best tool I can afford.
  • Participate more on Toolmonger!

Have a happy New Year!

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6 Responses to Possible New Year’s Resolutions For Toolmongers

  1. Patrick says:

    Ben –

    I’m in for #2. And gonna work on that safety equipment.

  2. Jereme Green says:

    Those are great plans for the New Year I want to Participate more on Toolmonger more and loose weight

    HAPPY NEW YEAR

  3. Old Donn says:

    1. Use all the odd sized wrenches and other obscure tools I had to have at least once.
    2. Make sure I’ve got all the fingers and other body parts I started with when the jobs are done.

  4. Shopmonger says:

    resolve to be more proactive with projects….
    be a better toolmonger……

    Buy more tools

    Clean out and hand down tools i never used last year….

  5. Fritz Gorbach says:

    Keep a journal/log in the shop, so I can remember all the ideas, and where I left off everything I started.

  6. David Bryan says:

    Next time I break my toes I’m going to straighten them out.

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