The most ambitious New Year's resolutions are best broken down into steps, especially because "occasionally go outside" requires walking. Line up and knock down your craziest 2011 aspirations, with Fitango.
Started by a dude tired of scribbling his workouts into a notebook, Fitango's a just-launched online tool for breaking down "goals in all areas of life" into attackably chunked, professionally crafted "ActionPlans", all packed into a site that claims it's in Beta, despite an inability to hold a burning match while reciting the Founder's Paragraph (Of ever honored memory). Signing up gives you unlimited "Planstore" access, wherein you can browse tons of categories in which you could be doing significantly better (health/ finance/ career), then schedule chosen plans with flexibility (i.e. preferred jogging days), and you'll be returned a detailed list of specific steps for the week, complete with progress charts, as well as text reminders, Facebook-synching (to "brag about your achievements"), and other "motivational tools", though how they got John Basedow to take time off from Fitness Made Simple is anyone's guess. They've currently got over 50 plans, with everything from a "Monthly Restaurant Spending Track" (setting your budget and entering meal details monthly), to a "23 week marathon training plan" (start 5 months away and run 4 days a week), and a plan with a "Quote wall" and "Floor divider" to help "Make your dorm room the coolest ever", which means you don't live off campus at Beta, so good luck with that.
Looking ahead, Fitango will soon give you the ability to create and work off your own fully customized actionplans, though any time spent doing so will be to the detriment of the lofty "be not online, sometimes".