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Resolutions 2015

Friday, January 02, 2015

Just realized I never posted my resolutions blog yesterday!

I have one large over-arching resolution for this year: to get organized.

In addition to a budget spreadsheet that Fiance put together, I have created my own "planner binder" which is split up as follows:

Monthly Date Night - includes pre-planned activities such as weddings and family activities (due to travel expenses). Our own wedding is being considered our date night in October.

Monthly Book - I plan to read at least 15 minutes each day, and completing at least a book a month. I am currently reading The Broker by John Grisham.

Weekly grocery shopping and meal planning - includes a budgeting/coupon column.

Weekly cleaning schedule - broken up into daily tasks such as laundry, deep clean bathroom, deep clean kitchen, etc.

Weekly organizing - split up by sections/rooms in the house over 52 weeks

Weekly weigh in log

Daily exercise calendar - currently planned through April 25th, 2015 (my cousin's wedding). This includes running 4x per week and strength training 2x per week.

Daily de-cluttering - split up into sections taking 15 min/a day

Daily goal assessment for all of the above

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I have a tendency to hyper-focus on any of the given items above and I have decided to create this binder so that I can keep track of it all and not lose sight of anything I am trying to do.

Everything above is completely doable. This year will be our best yet!
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  • BEACHCALSIX
    Great goals!
    2351 days ago
  • KRYSTALLA
    Great plan.
    2357 days ago
  • USMAWIFE
    I do the same thing

    remember to clear out the closets and donate ll those items to big for you
    2358 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14015082
    Great schedule. I need to organize and i like the idea of 15 min. then stop.it makes it doable.
    2358 days ago
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