I LOVE reading blogs, and have attempted to start my own, but I'd really like this to be more of a journal to myself. Maybe I'll spread the word of the blog (if I can manage to keep it up). Maybe I won't. But I really want to keep myself accountable!
I've figured out my goals for 2011, along with some big life changes (wedding), this is going to be a BIG year, and I'd love to keep track of it to reflect back!
Without further ado... here is my list of goals for 2011:
- Jazzercise an average of 4x a week. I've worked out the math, and this will put me at 150 classes mid September, just in time for an October wedding & honeymoon! A few years ago, I was the Jazzer-nazi (as my friend & mom so lovingly put it), and I was a powerhouse. I FELT GREAT! I want to feel that way again (and fit into my clothes better). This is the best way I know how!
Inspiration College (2008)
- Spend 1 hour a week reconnecting with friends & family. And by this I mean specifically going out of my way, mindfully, reconnecting. I read about this idea on another blog (in the comments), and it really hit home with me. I always mean to keep in better touch with my friends from college, family out East, etc, but never make the effort to do so... then it feels like we need a several hour long conversation to fully catch up. So this year, I'm going to set a time every week and make some phone calls, write some emails, send Grandma a letter, etc. While facebook is great for stalking people and 'feeling' like you're in touch, it's just not the same.
- Spend 1 hour a week on hobbies. I have a list a mile long of craft, DIY, organizational, etc. projects that I want to do, and though 1 hour a week may not seem like enough to tackle this list, I think just making the conscious decision to get started will spur much more time spent on these endeavors.
- 2 - 4 hours a week on career advancement. Specifically on those tasks to find a new J-O-B. I'm at the perfect time in my career to move forward... I just need to search out and get to the point where I'm doing just that. I've already updated my resume, and now it's on to portfolio. I'll even track my progress on portfolio here to keep myself accountable!
Here's to a GREAT year in (and of) advance!