Did you plan what you wanted to achieve this year? If so, have you made a start yet? Doesn't matter if you haven't, because it's only Twelth Night, so Christmas hasn't quite finished yet and these last few days have just been a practice run for the New Year.
I'm not doing too badly - I've sent off a couple of submissions to magazines, written a new story and edited another, plus entered three competitions. I just need to keep up the good work. This competition might help. We're asked to explain in no more than 100 words, what we wish to achieve writing wise this year. The prize is a personalised coaching session by e-mail.
Even if you don't fancy entering the competition, I urge you to write out your writing goals for the year. Do it in your nicest writing, or pick an attractive font to print it in and keep it somewhere you'll see it frequently - such as glued onto the biscuit tin.
Update. Competition now closed - I just got my entry in on time.