I am not a fan of New Year's Resolutions. Statistically, they tend to only lead to heightened expectations and then feeling bad when those expectations aren't met.
So far this year, I've finished one book - Leviathan Falls - which happened to also finish a book series. Additionally, I finished the TV show (The Expanse) adapted from that series. On the horizon, I've got the monumental task of finishing the Wheel of Time book series (currently on 5 of 14), which I'm hoping to chew through at 1 book a month.
Additionally, I've started reaching back to half-finished things from the past. I took a day and finally finished the BBC miniseries for Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. And now I'm on to the Hulu series for Handmaid's Tail.
And while this theme of finishing things is only 3 weeks old, I've noted how it's made it easier to say no to starting new things.
"Did you get this new video game?" / "No, I haven't finished this old one."
"Have you seen this new series?" / "No, I'm really trying to do more reading."
Oh, and one other thing I finished. After 341 days of waiting, I finally have my damn Bronco.