"I just enter the new year with my family very calmly," she told iVillage.com earlier this month. "I'm not a big party person. I think it's important to just take a step back and assess what's happened and be grateful for what's coming."
It seems exciting things are headed her way. The 43-year-old actress has earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations for her current film "Rabbit Hole," which she also produced.
"I'm grateful, flattered and hopeful," she told iVillage.com. "It's a little film -- a little fish in a big sea.... This film was made with such love."
Romijn will also be skipping the resolution this year.
"I don't make resolutions because I don't ever want to let myself down," she said on a recent promo video for Bravo's New Year's Eve special.
Here are some others who appeared with her in the promo and did make resolutions:
"I guess to be a better friend to my friends."
The celebrity chef vowed "not to miss an episode of any 'Housewives' ever again."
The former 'N Sync singer resolved to "do more charity this year."
The "Saturday Night Live" star pledged to "take advantage of every day."
Like a lot of people, Black would like to slim down in the new year.
At the premiere of his new film, "Gulliver's Travels," in December, he told Access Hollywood: "I'm gonna drop fitty."
As in Fifty Cent, the rapper, he was asked.
"No! I'm gonna drop fitty L.B.s," Jack said. "How many quarter-pounders with cheeses is that?"
His plan, he said jokingly: "Push-ups, sit-ups, and a strict diet of…. raisins."
Olympic figure skating champion Evan Lysacek told entertainment blogger Micha Jesse that he wants to capture more of 2011 in pictures.
"I travel all over the world and I experience amazing things and I never document it," he said in a video on the blogger's website. "So I need to start taking pictures this year."
Miley Cyrus could well be ready to say goodbye to 2010, which saw her parents Billy Ray and Tish announcing their divorce and the teen star got in hot water over a video of her purportedly smoking salvia from a bong.
In a recorded video message to fans, the 18-year-old "Hannah Montana" star said that next year she has resolved to help others.
"I'm really looking forward to 2011," said Cyrus, while coloring with her 10-year-old sister Noah. " I've got some new ideas, I want to go on some cool trips, I want to travel, I want to make this the year that I go out and do what I'm here to do, and that's to help people and make people happy."