I've read many, many lovely New Years blog posts - looking back, looking forward - all positive and honest, and inspiring. Most with an emphasis on making realistic resolutions and only making goals for yourself that you can control.
(Which is why one of the resolutions I've had for the past ten years: Don't eat so much dark chocolate, Alexis, honestly (because my resolutions scold me like this) has been removed from my resolution list this year. It's always the first one I break. Clearly, it's not something I can control.)
And I think keeping dreams, dreams and resolutions, attainable is really important, especially with writing resolutions. My writing resolutions are pretty typical, but also necessary, and definitely (hopefully) realistic:
Don't fight tenses when writing. If the story wants to be written in present-tense, just do it.
Put revisions before drafting, always, in 2012.
Query more. It's good to be selective, but corresponding with one agent at a time is a little silly, no?
Pick a conference out of state, preferably in NYC, and just go.
As usual, whether drafting or revising - 1,000 words a day. Period.
What are your writing resolutions?