Goals for 2015
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Last year, I put the priority of my goals at:
1) Get physically fit
2) Loose weight
3) Cut down on Clutter
4) Accept myself
5) Enjoy life
6) Be more creative
For 2015, my goal list is:
1) Be of service.
Even though I've never expressed this as a goal, I enjoy helping people or doing things that help in general. This past year, I've started doing more volunteer trail work. I've also taken on a volunteer job with my local Florida Trail chapter. Sadly, that role may increase in the future as a key person has been diagnosed with ALS.
2) Get & stay physically fit.
This has been so very important to me for a long time. As I get older, it's become a necessity if I want to enjoy my retirement AND my life. Lately, achieving that has become more social and added new friends to my life.
3) Clear more clutter.
I have a spare bedroom that in the past I've used for a studio. However, I've found that until I get rid of years worth of accumulated clutter, the room does not function for that. I've made a good start on my boxes of stuff to sort. I want to make it a higher priority (in between so many days & hours of being away from house or doing volunteer work) in my life. I want this to be the last year, I need to include clearing clutter as relates to my boxes on my goal list.
4) Stimulate my mind.
I have so enjoyed the first year and four plus months of retirement. I don't regret any of the time even though a lot of it was on Facebook. The net result is some very special people either coming into my life or back into my life. But my mind now wants more.
5) Love and accept myself.
This is a life goal. I will say looking back to where I was when I realized that it was ok to love myself, that I have made progress.
6) Be more accepting of my husband.
He is so deserving. He so deserves better than I have given him.
7) Enjoy life.
I deserve as we all do.
8) Be creative.
I have had moments in the past year when that drive has come back. I am looking forward to recovering more of that as my clutter boxes get gone.
2014 was a good year. I can hope 2015 will also be another good year even though I realize life gives us no guarantees. I do know, I need to enjoy life when it is good as it can change in a heart beat.