I now need to do one of two things differently: Either 1) List things that are actual goals that I feel something about, or 2) Come back and review the list at some point so I can remember what the goals are that I may feel nothing about. Make sense? Hahaha....
And barely into the list, I have yet another brilliant brainstorm. After I publish this, I should take some time to make notes in my calendar, so I'll be reminded of tasks with a later start date. Go, me!
Here we have, my 2020 goal list:
- Paint the front door. See, it's dark green right now, and I really feel another color will do better to offset our green holiday wreath. And painting in the winter seems like a bad idea, so I'll need to remember/follow-up with this one in the summer, more or less.
- Bake regularly.
- Yell less.
- Complete a counted cross-stitch project. I've got two to choose from.
- Wash my vehicle at least monthly.
- Drink at least four glasses of water daily, on a regular basis.
- Set up my Erin Condren notebook as a recipe book.
- Complete at least 40 Yelp reviews.
- Feed birds through the winter.
- Put hanging flower baskets at front porch for summer.
- Continue unpacking office boxes from the basement.
- Score for Pearson.
- Work elections.
- Do family holiday cards. Mail them in November 2020.
- Blog regularly.
- Walk regularly when it's warm outside.
- Read more books. 2019 saw me reading 87, so 'more' means 88!
- Do the 52 week savings challenge for holiday shopping at the end of the year.
- Save enough from my school-year paychecks so we can still do fun stuff this summer.
- Burn more candles.
- Update the kids' bedroom doors (currently still decorated from Valentine's Day, 2014, I think).
- Re-organize office with a goal of redecorating and doing more of my usual work in there.
- Keep working a job outside the home.
- Do something fun with my hair (cut/color) at least once this year.
- Finish paying for our Disney trip this spring break.
- Save enough money to have a $1K cushion before our Disney trip this spring break.
- Appreciate that my life is pretty wonderful with or without these goals accomplished.
- Believe in my ability to complete these goals.
You’ve got this. You need a challenge of some sort.
One thing I do is update my goals (and challenges) list every month in a wrap-up post at the end of the month. That way I'm being reminded of them at least once a month. :-)
Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Nice! Good luck on your goals!
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