Blogs across the world are overflowing with New Year’s resolutions. “I”ll eat better. I’ll work out more. I’ll save money. I’ll spend time with my children. I’ll be in the moment. I’ll read more.”
What I really want to do is break 100 on amazon.
What does that mean?
As you’ll see by looking at this handy graph that I did take the time to create in excel (because I’m
that cool that much of a dork), I’ve recorded my total annual number of orders placed on amazon.com since 2004.
I’d like to thank amazon prime, the purchase of my kindle and the births of my daughters in 2009 and 2011, respectively, for inspiring me to purchase as frequently as I’ve done.
Still, I’m slightly disappointed.
Only 82 orders in 2011? Even though that averages out to 6.8 orders per month, I still feel I can do better.
See friends, I like to make resolutions that I can attain. Why set myself up for failure? Nope, I’m going to capitalize on an existing skill and sharpen it. Hone it, if you will. (I will.)
I’ll keep you posted.
Let’s go team.
**Disclaimer: Nope, I did not receive any compensation from amazon for this post. This is all me.