I honestly cannot believe that it is 2011. Honestly, I’m glad that 2010 is over. We had a major tragedy this year, and even though I’ll never be the same, seeing the calendar slide over to 2011 makes me realize that no matter what has happened the year before, 2011 can be a chance to accomplish some things I didn’t quite get done last year.
Some of my goals for this year include:
Working with my oldest four boys on improving their handwriting.
Spending quality time with all my immediate family.
Strength training every other day in some fashion. (This is an on-going goal)
Watching the family budget even more closely.
Expanding the number of 5K’s I do to an all-time high of . . . . three. (Small goal I know!)
Self-publishing my book at some point this year.
There are my main goals. I don’t like to call them resolutions because I never seem to follow through with resolutions with any success. But a goal seems more attainable to me – more flexible – and easier to work at all year long.
No matter where you were at the end of 2010, and how close or far away you were from meeting your personal goals, 2011 is a new year for you. Each day when you wake up, decide what you will do to help you reach the one goal that is most important to you. Then take a step to accomplish that one thing. Day by day – this is another chance to get it done.
Do you set goals for the new year? Diane