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Spring and summer goals

Thursday, March 07, 2013

I find that I'm more positive toward myself and life in general when I have goals and projects to work on, something to look forward too and focus on. So I've been thinking about different things I can work on.

This spring and summer I'd like to make it to the gym at least 3 times a week, and/ or other forms of exercise such as a hike to the park, ext. This is to help me toward my goal of loosing at least 10 lbs by the end of summer. (To be realistic)

I want to work on getting our back and front yards looking better. Plan a garden and do some landscaping. With our garden, I think it will encourage us to eat more fresh veggies that we grow, and in turn help us have a healthier diet.

I have been doing research on a new hobby that could potentially make me a little extra cash if I do well, and enjoy it enough to do it often. I'm going to try my hand at jewelry making. I bought a few things to get me started. Once I get some free time I'm going to see what I come up with. I have a few ideas in mind already. If they turn out well, my husband has a friend who could design a web page for me.

I recently joined a meet up group and have committed to going to my first event in a couple weeks. This is out of my comfort zone, but I'm trying to stop over thinking things and just go with the flow. My goal here is to go to at least one event a month and form some new friendships.

These areas are areas of my life that make me depressed, so this is my attempt to feel healthier, feel excited, feel successful and feel wanted.
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    Goals are good - it's motivating to have a list where you can check off your accomplishments and see that you are making progress. These are good goals to work on.

    Good luck on your jewelry making endeavour!
    1904 days ago
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