The year is still young, so I’m hoping that you’re still going strong on your resolutions. 🙂 I found (but I forget where I found them) a couple of time management tools that look really good. Perhaps they could be useful to you.
Toggl: I guess leaving the vowels out of words is a thing now (e.g., Tumblr, Flickr). Aside from the odd name, Toggl appears to be useful mostly for businesses or for managing your time at work, but I could see how it could be used for writing: you can see just how much time you’re spending on the Internet or vacuuming or washing dishes when you ought to be writing. And for the really super-organized folks among us, it allows you to color-code your projects.
Pacemaker: I’m glad it’s not spelled “Pacemakr.” This tool allows you to set a word count (or page, chapter, stanza, scene count [and there are even more]) and an amount of time, so you can work out how you want to divide up your project. It even allows you to pick how you approach your goal, as shown below:
I imagine that this would be an excellent tool for someone who is just starting out with writing and doesn’t want to be on a really rigid schedule.
Who knows? One (or both) of these might be useful.