New years resolutions always start with a big bang, and fizzle by the end of January. I think that part of the problem is that people don't set realistic resolutions, or they set one's that cannot be measured. I think the most common are weightloss, eat healthier, spend less, save more, go on a vacation.
Well this year here are mine.
Hmmm... I have been pondering on this one since November... I would like to include some fun one's this year, in addition to having a few catagories to keep me balanced.
Husband goal - dedicate one night a week to date night and take turns with taking each other out, the goal is to make sure there are 52 dates this year!!!
Mom Goal -Read to my kids for 20 minutes at least 4 days a week.
Physical Goal - I would like to run a minimum of 260 miles this year. (I know that for those of you who run this isn't a huge amount, but it is big for me!)
Mental Goal - My friend Amy did a similar one last year (hers was to read a book a week for the year 52 books in a year wow!!) I would like to commit to reading 26 adult books (no not naughty books, but not children's books like green eggs and ham).
Spiritual Goal - Commit to regular scripture study (I am going to set my goal of 1 hr a week)
Nutritional Goal - track my food intake so I don't overeat. I would really love to say that I am going to give up sugar for the year, or eat more veggies (but I am being realistic) I bet if i track my food intake I end up eating much less sugar and more veggies just because I will be aware.
Fun Goal - I would like to make sure I am creating something new each month of the year so by the end of the year I should have finished at least 12 creative projects.
Work Goal - I would really like to write a book, so my goal is to finish a chapter a week.
I am hoping to keep you all posted on how my progress is coming. I think that these are fun resolutions that I can see in progress, in fact I think I will make a tracker that goes along with all of this to put on the side of my blog so you can all know where I am at with all of this.
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