Woody Guthrie Really Knew How To Do New Year’s Resolutions

More than seventy years ago, folk singer and activist Woody Guthrie opened up his notebook to write down a set of “New Years Rulin's” his own self…complete with illustrations.    It's always fascinating to look behind the scenes at creative folk, and it's especially interesting to learn about the principles by which they tried to leave their lives…you know, stuff like “drink very scant if any,” “read lots good books,” and “don't get lonesome.”

You can see the page from Woody's journal dated January 1st, 1943 at WoodyGuthrie.org, and Business Insider has the full list typed out here: 

Woody Guthrie Really Knew How To Do New Year's Resolutions