Goals updated

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I've added a number 7. I'm glad I finally put these into writing and now I am keeping them in a pl ace when I'm constantly reminded of what I want to achieve! emoticon

1.Create a cleaning schedule. Pick one small task for every day and after dinner is cleaned up DO IT! i.e. Monday, sweep and mop the kitchen floor. Tuesday, vacuum and dust. Wednesday, Clean out the fridge. Thursday, upstairs bathroom. Friday, organize my closet.

2. Live more healthfully. This is such a huge topic! I know I need to break it down, and will do so, but ultimately, this really sums up all the reason I want to make goals and stick to them.

3. Exercise. Now that I have the Wii Fit, USE IT! Get outside on good days. Walk around the block, walk for 10 minutes at work, use the stairs, go to the gym. Enlist my husband or a friend when I can.

4. Train for a 5k. Shoot for the Race for the Cure in May, but overall, just start training. And if May comes and goes without me racing, shoot for a race in September. The point is to train, and be more active.

5. Journal more. I need to remember my experiences so I can continually learn from them, but also so I can look back and maybe share what I’ve learned from others. Write about everything!

6. Smile more. This one sounds kind of silly, but what I really want from this one is to be more conscious and aware of my daily attitude. My attitude is my choice!

7. Rest. I realized that my burnout, in any aspect of my life, comes from not allowing myself to rest. This time around, I’m giving myself permission to rest when my body is too tired, my mind too tired, my emotions are wire thin, or my sprit needs to be rejuvenated.
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  • THICK2THIN2484
    Are you reading the book too? I can't remember.....but it sounds like you are....GOOD FOR YOU! These are GREAT goals to have!!!!

    3214 days ago
    Great goals!
    3215 days ago
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