I know, I know. It’s late, but it’s still January so it counts.
I have never before made a New Years resolution, and to be honest, even the beginning of this year I wasn’t feeling so inclined to do so until a few days after.
I have so much hope for 2013. I have said multiple times that when that ball dropped, I felt an instant relief. At this time in my life, I feel like Spring. Spring has sprung in so many different areas, and not just in my life, but in my family and friend’s lives, also.
So, with that being said, I didn’t make a huge, unattainable goal for myself to accomplish this year. Instead, I made a lot of little ones that are easily achieved and that make for a better quality of life. Since I feel so renewed, I figured, why not continue this renewal throughout this amazing year?
According to thesaurus.com, resolution and perseverance mean the same thing. To persevere means to endure. I don’t want to endure throughout this year. I want to enjoy it.
Now, goal on the other hand means the same thing as destination and design. I have a destination in mind, and I hope to make the design along the journey of this year a beautiful one.
Here is a list of my New Years goals:
1. Be in the Word daily.
2. Don’t obsess over food.
3. Stomp on negative thoughts – especially about your Husband.
4. Save money.
5. Drink less.
6. Have patience.
7. Be active on a regular basis, and don’t freak if you miss a day.
8. Be kinder – especially to your husband.
9. Go on more adventures.
10. Fall asleep in your bed instead of on the couch.
11. Go to bed earlier.
12. Wake up earlier.
13. Write something everyday. Even just a sentence. A word.
14. Be more passionate.
15. Finish the things you start.
16. Stress less.
I hope your year is full of amazing things, dreams become realities, and happiness fills your heart.