Those pesky New Year’s resolutions

“Last year’s resolution was to lose 20 pounds by Christmas. Only 30 pounds to go.“ —Anonymous

Well it is time, so they say, for the making of New Year resolutions. You know, you think of something in your life you want to alter or improve upon, and thus the list is created. Just about anything can be made into a resolution, thus requiring a change of some kind. How about you? Any resolutions for 2022 you’d like to share? We won’t check up on your results later on, we promise!

We always have a ball on the road!

We sure want to travel more this year in our RV motorhome. We do miss the comfort and enjoyment of traveling together. It is a quick trip by air for sure, but in the RV you can see so much more. With the threat of the COVID still very much in play, by using our RV we have our own on board facilities. No public restrooms for us thankfully! In addition we can cook on board if we do not feel comfortable at restaurants.

“A new year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other.” —Unknown

47 thoughts on “Those pesky New Year’s resolutions

  1. hehe – I agree; I like the concept someone mentioned on a blog near you – setting goals instead; and it turned out, I had already started a couple – just like that. Have a good 2022!

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  2. I haven’t made a resolution in years, they never work out. It sounds like you guys can live in your motorhome indefinitely, would save you lots of property taxes and more!

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    • When we first retired 6 years ago we did live in our RV fulltime, which at the time was a 28 foot trailer pulled with a pickup. We traded that in for the motorhome we now have. We bought a small house that we are living in now. Our youngest son lives with us, and takes care of the place (and us when we are here!). This was very useful during the lockdowns. BTW the property taxes for the property are not much at all. The whole year’s taxes are less than a one month tax bill from our previous home we had before retirement.

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  4. No resolutions for me this year, just keep trying to do better but that’s always. We’ve got an rv too, but I’ve only stayed in it once for a solid week. It was better than I expected and I agree it’s great to have your own facilities! Cooking too when you want is a money saver. I always enjoy reading of your travels. Wishing you all a healthy and fantastic 2022!

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  5. No resolutions for me, but goals for sure. I want to live healthier next year, by eating better and keeping moving (walking, swimming etc.). I also want to be a more positive person. Happy New Year.

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  6. I am new here. I like the name of your blog “roadtirement”, that could be us. Although we are not much on the road as we would like to, because of Corona. We live in Denmark, a tiny country, and there are borders everywhere. But we travel inside Denmark with our caravan.
    A good new year to you with lots of trips in your RV!

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      • We have a Knaus Caravan, not the biggest, but not the smalles either, very comfy. We prefer preparing our own food, as we are vegetarians, and that is not so easy in Denmark.
        I think the pandemic is mildening down. Omicron is very infectious, but people don’t get so badly sick of it.
        All the best to you too!

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      • Those Knaus caravans look very nice. (I googled them!) We appreciate your culinary challenges: Sher is a vegetarian and I do eat some meat. We normally have a vegetarian menu, and I’ll add a small meat portion sometimes. Thanks for sharing.

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      • Knaus has a good reputation. They use good materials, but are not the most expensive.
        That’s a good way of solving your food situation. All is possible with a bit of mutual consideration. 🙂

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