What Do New Year’s Resolutions Look Like Worldwide

We are now exactly 2 weeks into the new year. Worldwide, January is seen as the month of new beginnings, fresh starts, and a promise to do better, to be better. I am always amazed at how similar many of the goals seem to be, no matter our age, our race, our geographic location, our upbringing. I wanted to capture this diversity and oneness through the first edition of N-N-1 this 2019.

For those of you unfamiliar with N-N-1, it is a unique photo/text collaboration from around the world, a brainchild of the Classical Gasbag. We pick a date or time or theme and then take photos wherever we are in the world at that point of the time. The idea is for us to capture different experiences, different points of view, different adventures to create one global journal entry.

Here are some previous posts to give you an idea of what it looks like:
Same time, different location
Around the world in 3 pictures

If you want to be part of this process this year, leave a comment below or send me an email at labyrinthiroam at gmail dot com and I will add you to the list. If you don’t have a blog, don’t worry about it. We are happy to take all submissions. This version will be published on my blog, here.

1. Take a few minutes off on the 19th or 20th of January 2019.
2. Take a photo of something you are dedicated to doing (or not doing) this new year. It could be a pet project, a habit you want to change, a resolution you want to see through etc.
3. Write a short 100-200 word description of the photo. It could be prose or poetry.

It’s as simple as that. Feel free to re-blog or post about this N-N-1 on your blogs/social media. The more participants, the merrier!

Can’t wait to see your submissions! Hope you’re having a fantastic start to 2019! Thinking of all of you.

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