Seems pretty right on the mark to me. Of course #9 seems a bit forced. I'm not so sure you have control over that one - but hey, it's great if it works out!
As I searched around, I found this article from Huffington Post. It was written by a doctor about the health care changes coming in the new year and the resolutions you should make when it comes to your own health and taking control of it. It was really interesting ... from making sure you get all your scheduled screenings and doctor appointments, to keeping a diary of your daily exercise.
As I searched for tips on how to keep those new year's resolutions, I found this article from USA Today. It had 6 very important tips ... #6 reminding you - you're human.
My resolutions this year. Taking care of me. I don't think a lot of people truly do that, and I actually think it will be hard to do. However, I've heard it a million times, you can't be there for someone else, if you aren't whole yourself. I believe that. Now it's time to follow through with it.
Good luck on your resolution! ... and remember - you're human.