Wassup?! Happy New Year to you! I hope 2013 has many wonderful things in store for you and that you’ve got your resolutions. Do you know what the best part of new year resolutions is? They force you to create goals, which are the first step to planning your success.

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, every January 1st gives people a chance to erase their past mistakes, press the refresh button and grow. That requires guts, making mistakes, knowing when to let go and move forward. How will you challenge yourself to be a better you in 2013?

Around this time last year, I was let go from my previous temp job and feeling sorry for myself because “the real world” wouldn’t validate how awesome I was with a full-time job. 2012 was a great year for me to experiment with different career avenues, finally leading me to the choice I made in October: to become a writer.  I’m looking forward to 2013 for so many reasons which include a couple important resolutions for A Desi New Yorker.

2013 New Year Resolutions for A Desi New Yorker:

1. Post excellent content more frequently. I’ve officially cut back my hours at work to devote more time to writing great content for this blog, starting off with the Meet the Desi Parents 101 series that you can catch right here. I’m also planning to focus more on dating tips and support with a weekly NYC social post to help you get out of your comfort zone and make new friends.

2. My first ebook! This will be my biggest success for 2013…but I need your help to get there! What are you looking to find out about here at A Desi New Yorker? Click here to take my short quiz and get a discount on my first ebook as a thank you!


What are your New Year Resolutions? I’d love to help you reach your goals in 2013, so let’s start the conversation! Sound off below or write to me at priya@adesinewyorker.com

All the best!

Priya Marie

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