1) Read the appointed readings of each day in the original Greek and in the Latin translation according to St. Jerome.How did I do?
2) Every morning, with or after the morning prayers, read the Hexapsalmi.
3) Small compline every night. It's 15 minutes and it shouldn't be that much of a burden before going to bed.
4) Confession once a month. It's not a requirement, but I think just a good thing to do.
5) Log in less to the discussion boards. Hardening your heart is so easy every time you need to log in and say someone is wrong.
#1) I did very well with this for about two months and then, once Lent started, I read the Greek less and less and after Pascha I started to read the English less and less to the point that my reading was sporadic at best.
#2) Utter failure. Good for about 2 weeks.
#3) Utter failure. I did pray it mainly on Saturday evenings but with a kid, it's really hard to get into a nightly routine.
#4) I maybe did confession once a quarter and should have taken greater advantage of it more often.
#5) I got off one discussion board I regularly participated in but I found myself getting more involved in others usually taking people to task for their misconceptions and outright distortions of the Orthodox faith.
This year, I plan on making no definitive resolutions with regard to my spiritual life. I'll do what I can when I can, but I know that the care of my wife and new son are just as relevant commitments to my spiritual well-being as saying the six psalms, etc.
Happy New Year, everyone!