Welcome 2020 Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Welcome 2020 Giveaway Hop, hosted by Review Wire Media and Chatty Patty’s Place!

Is it real yet? I mean, is it real yet that it is 2020 and not still 2019? Does it feel like a new year?

Have you made any resolutions? Have you already broken any?

Whether you are welcoming 2020 or still saying, “Bah, humbug” this hop includes yet another opportunity to win your choice of a $10 Amazon Gift Card or a $10 Book from the Book Depository to help you start the new year right. Or lose track of your sorrows in a good book.

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191 thoughts on “Welcome 2020 Giveaway Hop

  1. Funny you should ask about my New Year’s Resolution… Wait. Am I actually supposed to have one? Like, every year?!? I can’t just reuse last years? That’s what I’m doing! I’m–shoot! I didn’t have one last year either. Can I borrow yours?

  2. I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. After all, one does not mess with perfection:). If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?

  3. I’ve kind of gotten out of the habit of resolutions. Just trying to be a better person a little bit at a time. Thanks!

  4. I don’t make them but I am going to try and get rid of the items I have in my closet that I don’t need, want or fit. And I want to have it completed within the first two weeks on the year.

  5. No resolutions this year. I’m choosing the word “open” and will try to be more open in trying new things, being creative, being positive and having new experiences.

  6. I want to work on breaking out of my comfort zone. Go new places, and try something I’ve never done before.

  7. Yes I am going to try and eat more fresh veggies and fresh fruit and take my
    dog Bailey for more long walks.
    To enjoy every day

  8. I don’t make resolutions. I do set some goals. I want to organize our 100’s of photos this year. I also want to move forward in genealogy on a few lines.

  9. I did make a New Year’s resolution to recycle more effectively this year. And just found out my trash company is raising the cost of recycling effective this month..

  10. I have not made an specific resolutions. Mostly just a few goals: read more than last year, focus on my health and current pregnancy, and a have a new baby in July.

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  12. Only one, to ask for what I want, as I tend to be really afraid of rejection.
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  13. I’ve set goals this year, but I try to stay away from the term “resolution.” I take part in the Goodreads Challenge every year, and this year I would like to read 50 books. Kind of a bad move for me to choose a 1K+ page book for my first!

  14. I don’t make resolutions. I used to but never kept them. I just keep on keeping on and hope for continued good health.

  15. To get more organized – especially in my house. I’ve been wanting to paint my living room so we have been starting there!

  16. My first resolution is to quit smoking by spring time. My second resolution is start making more of a profit with my small farm, like selling fresh chicken eggs and goat’s milk.

  17. I make and set goals on paper to keep a nice exercise program in order to lose some weight so I am able to reference where I am at at all times. I try to stick to it the best I can by viewing the reality.

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