Wednesday, December 12, 2012
This year in retrospect, I
- have spent more time with family and friends
-am able to identify stressors and am better at dealing with them
-am taking more time for me
-am dealing with an issue that should have been dealt with a long time ago. I am standing my ground and working on a resolution that I feel comfortable with.
-am more proactive with my health. I am dealing with issues that arise. I want to be the healthiest that I can be.
-am volunteering more and giving back where I can
-am journaling every day, even if it's just a couple lines.
-am listing every day at least five things that I have accomplished and three things that I am thankful for
-am working on my spiritual journey
In the coming year, I want to
-put more effort into being with family and friends and cultivate these and new relationships better
-get back into the habit of buying presents throughout the year. I want to be more prepared for Christmas next year. It's so much less stressful.
-continue working on becoming a healthier person. Work on my eating habit, diversify my exercise program a little, be proactive in any health issues that I have.
-work on being healthier mentally. Work on how I deal with stressors. Read more. Learn new things. Challenge my mind. Expand my horizons.
-work on my spiritual journey more. Go to church more and get more out of it. Read the Bible and attend Bible studies. Pray and meditate. Listen to God and nature.
-continue to journal and write out what I've accomplished and am thankful for. Learn from what I've done each day.
-mostly, continue to work on taking time out for me. Do more of what I enjoy. Try new things. This one is hard for me to do and it's something I want to pay careful attention to.
I want to take stock of 2013 and feel that I have improved on myself overall a little more than I have this year. I've made strides but feel that I have so much more potential that I want to tap into.