After reading The Desire Map and listening to podcasts by Jess Lively on values based intentions, I prefer to set goals and intentions that are more about how I want to feel, and linked to my personal values, than resolving to say, lose 10lbs, or learn Spanish. This isn't to say that they aren't great resolutions (especially the first one after all the Toffifee I've eaten in the last week) but if I say that I want to feel healthier and fitter, that gives me a goal to keep striving towards even after that pesky 10lbs has disappeared (which will just drop off, I'm sure...)
The lovely Louise from From Pauper To Princess shared the below planner in our Bournemouth Bloggers WhatsApp group and we all got straight onto downloading it (the free printable is from the Secret Owl Society here) and filling it in. For some reason when I reduced the version I used to the right size for the blog it's made it a bit rubbish quality but hopefully you can still read all of my plans!
As part of The Desire Map, you create 'core desired feelings', which are sensations, emotions, states of consciousness, inner states and things to work towards and guide you in all aspects of your life and decision making. (There is a very mini worksheet on this here but I do recommend reading the book and filling in the longer version in there as there's a lot more guidance and support in there). I created mine a couple of months ago and I'm still pretty happy with them! I've tried to encompass them in my New Year's Resolutions sheet.