21 Resolutions

It’s New Year and this time around I’m making 21 resolutions. Join me if you can to feel great and make a big difference to your women’s library.

These are my aims for 2013 – send us yours!

  1. Read more books by women from Glasgow Women’s Library
  2. Remain a Friend of GWL
  3. Take time to listen and enjoy the 21 revolutions podcasts as they drop into my iTunes account
  4. Add my suggestions to the Women Reading for Wellbeing booklists being complied by GWL Librarian Wendy Kirk
  5. Refresh my reading habits by booking into a one to one surgery with our reader in residence Magi Gibson
  6. Donate my loved but never to be read/worn/used again books, badges, prints and postcards to add to the GWL archive
  7. Post more comments on the GWL website
  8. Enjoy the @gwlkettle on Twitter
  9. Tweet my own comments of the world of GWL @AdelePatrickGWL
  10. Celebrate my heroines and donate to GWL using the Women on the Shelf scheme
  11. Cherish and enjoy my 21 Revolutions prints and encourage others to invest in these unique artworks
  12. Encourage all my friends and colleagues to become members of GWL
  13. Avoid the buns, biscuits and other temptations onstream at GWL
  14. Identify the buns biscuits and other temptations it would be lovely to see in a future GWL café…
  15. Add to the wishlist of books and artefacts we need at GWL
  16. Add heroines to the mapping memorials to women website
  17. Use the easyfundraising website whenever I buy online so much-needed money goes to GWL
  18. Try to memorise an inspiring poem from a woman in our collection
  19. Try to encourage ten of my friends to become GWL Friends from only £5 a month, bringing us much needed support for our unfunded programmes and running costs.
  20. Take time to exchange skills from my multi-talented colleagues and our amazing volunteers
  21. Make time to celebrate each and every one of this year’s milestones and achievements.
The GWL Team with a model of our future home in Bridgeton
The GWL Team with a model of our future home in Bridgeton

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