I was able to browse some tips from Photojojo and I'm sure you'd be interested in trying any one (or all) of his options given. Here are his inputs below.
A part of Project 365
2. Project Life: If you’re crafty, this might be just right for you. Project Life is a scrapbooker’s answer to documenting your days. It’s almost like a grown up yearbook! Well it somewhat similar to my Project 365 but its more documented in here.
3. Project 52: Project 365’s baby bro, a weekly photographic project. Anything you can do with Project 365, you can squeeze into a package 1/7th the size. This is good for newbie photographers as it serves as a training grounds if you wish to do a project 365 soon. I might do this on a different subject using the same lens.
4. Pick an Object: Instead of committing to a specific time frame, commit to an object to record over time. I might say its almost the same with doing a time-lapse but I guess I have to give this a try personally.
5. Long Exposures: We take pictures that takes a fraction of a second to capture that moment. Why not try capturing that moment and instead use a slower shutter to see the flow of movement of people and object. You may google some tips on how to do long exposures.
I think this was a 30-second shot.
6. Every Hour: Instead of shooting every day, make it your goal to collect a picture from each hour of the day. This will flex your photographic muscles, and make you work with all sorts of conditions, like low light. Explore what photographs can look at at any time, light or dark, rain or shine. Give yourself a week or a month or even a whole year to do it. Establish as many (or few) rules as you want. This could be pretty challenging but I'm looking forward to start this project within the year.
Well, these are only a few projects you could start with this 2013. Do you have other photo projects for 2013? Let me know. ^_^