These are starting to be some pretty familiar goals!
I need to lose weight. It is hard for me due to messed-up hormones, but it IS possible. My GOAL for 2013 is to get down into the 170's. I did lose about 8 pounds in 2012 (that I KEPT off...lost 37 total and gained back...had understandable reasons). So I have my goal, but as long as I end the year lighter than I started it, I'm not going to complain.
I want to get my house clean and organized and our storage unit emptied into our own attic. This is a repetative goal, but I've been making progress. Only one room is what I consider a "disaster" and the rest of the house is just a few "hot spots."
Now that we've finished paying for Wayne's grad school, its time to get our finances in order, and get out from under our debt. Other than our house, we only owe about $5k in credit cards and another $5k on my car. Credit cards are totally doable this year, and I'm going to try for the car too, but it will be paid off next summer (2014) anyway either way (if we pay it off early, we can start saving to replace Wayne's 1996 pick-up).
Wayne is finished with his masters degree, so I'm clear to start working on my associates degree again, once I feel that I'm ready. Sadly, being "ready" means that I need everything else in our lives to calm down - I can't deal with school when I'm stressed over everything else. Not and both make good grades and be the kind of person you'd want to be around. So this is a back-burner for now, as I make some prepwork towards its eventual reality.
I want to get fit enough to pass the Air Force fitness test for my age...minimums of 33 sit-ups in one minute, 18 push-ups in one minute, run a mile-and-a-half in 16 minutes, 22 seconds, and a 35.5" waist...somewhere I really have to excel, because while those are the minimums, if that's all I can do, I still wouldn't pass. Finding the time to work out with a baby was harder than expected, but I'm making progress this year, now that he's a toddler. (repeat of 2010-2012 goals). Honestly, this one is kind of a back-burner. I'll work on it as I have time, but other things come first.
My son is a wonderful 26-months old. I would love to make him a big brother in the near future, but we will have to see how that plays out. I don't know if I can emotionally survive another miscarriage. My most important resolution is to be the best mommy that I can be.