December Goals and Intentions

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Welcome back to the blog! Sorry it’s been so long and I’ll have a mini life update at the end to fill you in but first, let’s get into some December goals. I hope you had a great fall season and I’m ready for winter to be here. I am getting a new laptop in a few days (yes I’ve had a few computers in the past few years- too much to explain). And I’m excited to just do some personal growing in this last month of 2018. Get ready….

 

Personal:

Read daily 30 mins or one-two chapters

Turn off social media one hr before bed

Listen to more music/podcast/TED talks

Study permit test

 

Blog:

Write 2 posts a week M/W

Share to socials each time I post/pin/insta/fb/twiiter

New website theme?

Newsletter Friday

New graphic template for images

 

Health:

Drink water daily use water tracker bottle or 2 pink glass bottles

Wear Fitbit-track sleep and steps

Journal

Meditate

Workout 2-3x week (yoga/class or circuit training)

 

Marriage:

“Quality time”

Be more spontaneous

Physical touch often

 

Does anyone else feel like 2018 just FLEW by? It’s crazy I mean my year started out with so much promise and clarity. I don’t wanna be a negative Nancy but the majority of my year could have been better. Although this year has *definitely* taught me some lessons that seriously needed clear learning. I’m not sorry for 2018 at all, I guess it was challenging in the way that it was really what was best. I’m sure you understand what I mean and maybe your year was similar to that too. I didn’t meet many of the things I meant to yet- but I don’t believe that one year is end all be all. So I’ll just keep growing and striving to be a more complete version of me- like I imagined. (After all, the biggest lesson I learned is that no one is stopping me but myself). 

The break down of my year has gone as follows:

-paid off taxes

-moved from old house to old apartment

-regretted said choice

-Sean goes back to old job

-Sean leaves old job

-Sean gets back old job

-paid off additional debt

-*aim to get driving permit before end of year

-*bring blogging back’ be more consistent

 

And at this point that’s about it…. to be continued.

 

REPIN ME!

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2 Responses

  1. Your goals have inspired me to write my own. I typically do by day but I’m going to test out weekly and see how that goes. Maybe have a weekly check-in with myself to see progress.

    Great post

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