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Goals for 2010-not resolutions

Saturday, January 02, 2010

On the first day of this year, I set these goals:

To spend quality time with God and in the Word.
To follow the 80/20 healthy/fun ratio as I choose and eat food.
To work towards and achieve my goal weight of 140 pounds.
To read at least one book a month.
To pay attention to my finances.
To be more open and caring in my relationships.
To seek God's will about some type of advanced degree and begin pursuing it.

That sounds like enough to me!
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  • v LORI_S
    Here it is-April 16. I have taken some strides in the goals. The SparkSavings website really helped motivate me towards better financial responsibility. I now do log on at least once a week to the bank websites and check balances. I also now look at bills and see if there are ways to economize.
    I haven't always read one book per month, but I have been reading more for pleasure lately. I recommend "The Help". It was very enjoyable-set in Jackson, MS during 1964 and written from the eyes of several black maids and an up-and-coming writer.
    I'm also now starting to enjoy bike riding and my plantar fasciitis is getting better after over 3 months.
    I think that's a good start on the year goals!
    They still are not resolutions!

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    2266 days ago
  • v ONEKIDSMOM
    Great goals! I imagine on average, I'll step along with you with the one book a month, unless I keep reading the honking big ones, like the one I'm currently working on. Although it is interesting and I'm caught up in the story, it's 874 pages long and will take me more than a month to finish.

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    2370 days ago
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