I don't make them. Why? Because by mid January, they are usually all but forgotten, leaving only the lingering scent of guilt behind.
I've read that people who write down their goals are more likely to succeed in achieving them. Seems plausible - if you go to all the trouble to write them down, you must be serious, right? Or maybe there's more to it?
So I have some goals. And I'm writing them down on paper. I won't call them resolutions because I've been working on some of them for a while now, but now's as good as any time to document the process, I suppose.