My new year’s resolutions to YOU

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Instead of forcing my way through a paleo diet or P90X workout (yikes), I’ve decided to go an entirely different route when it comes to resolutions. For 2013, I’m making a list of resolutions that apply to you, my awesome, fabulous reader. I am so grateful to have someone other than myself visit this site on a regular basis. It means a whole lot to me. So, to show my appreciation AND get some resolutions jumpstarted in the process, I’ve come up with a promise list for 2013. Here it goes.

In 2013, I promise to:

GO WITH QUALITY OVER QUANTITY. I will still be posting regularly, but the posts are going to be better, chunkier, funner, and more informative. I don’t want to waste your time or mine with fluff. You can find that stuff on every other blog, right?

GET TECHY. I’ve already signed up for a ton of classes in the new year that will help my right-brained brain get more tech savvy. This will apply to resolution 1 as well. Think prettier pictures, videos, podcasts, and all that 21st century stuff.

BECOME FRIENDS WITH FACEBOOK. Sure I have the obligatory Twitter and Facebook. But I have to be honest, the social media world is not my strongpoint. Rather than just posting more OMG I love this, or did you read this, I want to cultivate a true online community where we can all go and have cool things to talk about.

GIVE YOU MORE EYE CANDY! In the new year, I will be re-vamping my site to offer you something prettier to look at. Goodbye black and white, hello color!

OFFER TRANSPARENCY. The world of personal styling can seem so weirdly elusive, which is annoying. In 2013, I want to put it all out there. I’ve started with putting more detail into my services page, so you know what you’re getting up front. This includes prices. Yes, you can see how much I cost right there in a click. (Eek!) I’ll also be developing a regular feature on the blog called ‘confessions of a personal stylist’, where I’ll discuss all the crap I go through when I’m shopping for and dressing myself. It’s not always a walk in the park. And perhaps most importantly, I will be giving more nuggets of styling wisdom away for free. Stay tuned to the blog for more info on that.

So here’s to 2013, the year of keeping it real. And interesting. And fun.

Do you have any suggestions that you’d like to see implemented on the blog/social media sites? Let me know! And like TRS on Facebook to get in on that whole number 3 thing I talked about above. :)

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