You could run three times a week.
You could eat more vegetables.
You could call Aunt Helen each Friday night to catch up.
You could donate all of your flannel shirts to the Salvation Army.
You could use Twitter on odd days of the week.
Or, you could do something really radical. You could carve out morning time as truly effective, meaningful d-o-i-n-g time. You could then give this gift to someone else by honoring their morning time. Have a listen to the Manager Tools podcast about taking control of your mornings as they make the case for a more productive (and fewer interruption-filled) morning.
Of all of the new year's resolutions worth keeping, this one might be the best.