I am currently studying the book of Romans in-depth. I started by reading it a few times and writing down some general impressions as I read through the chapters. Now I am reading just one verse a day and recording something from it on this blog every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. This is my prayer journal, written as much for myself in my personal Bible study as for the benefit of anyone who chooses to read it. I do try to stick to what each verse actually says, but sometimes that includes some deeper personal questions I need to answer in my prayer time and usually that includes connections with other things I've read either in the Bible or during another part of my day.
On Wednesdays I write a post on how my family views the Commandment to have a weekly Sabbath and how others might make that a regular part of their family life.
My children are quite funny; or at least I think they are. ;-) The category I'm posting on Saturdays is titled "Happy Heritage" from the verse Psalm 127:3. They are a blessing to me, a wonderful reward from the Lord. If you would like to read about their most amusing comments and antics, you're welcome to join me each Saturday to see what they're up to.
I find weekly goals much more manageable than yearly resolutions. While I don't post quite every week on this, when I set a "mini-goal" for myself it is posted on a Sunday. Including them on this blog helps me keep myself accountable and perhaps encourages others in whatever goals you have set for yourself.