I want to have better road etiquette in 2014

In her newsletter, Lili asked what your resolutions are for this year and you answered!

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I am back from a week in Mauritius and so impressed with their road culture of being patient and making the drive stress free.
 
So, my resolutions for 2014 are:

1. Do not allow someone else's bad driving, inconsideration and lack of manners (talking on cell phones) to upset me on the road
2. Smile, greet and chat to everyone i.e. the teller, the pump attendant, the cashier etc
3. Use everything in my home before buying more - sample shampoos, 4 x hand creams etc, and if I don't want to use it give it away!

And, so far so good

What are your new year's resolutions? Comment in the box below.

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