Well, it's been a year since I did this last and I need to put down my goals & resolutions so next year at this time I can go back and see if I did anything. A couple days ago I did a look back on last years goals so with that, here are this years goals.
The weight loss goal. Let's be honest, I'm a woman so of course one of my goals is to lose weight, but not just lose weight. I need to tone up. I'll be posting about healthy recipes I try out and workouts I'm doing that actually work.
The blog goal. Last year I told you I wanted to get more involved in the blog. By getting my readers to become more active and respond when they post. The hard part is getting you to leave a comment. Do I ask questions hoping you'll respond? Do I tell you about something flameworthy just so you can comment about my bad parenting? (I'm actually trying to avoid that one, thank you!). I also need to get more sponsors! In fact, I have a discount going for the month of January so if you know someone who wants to be sponsor, send them here.
The house goal. Organized was my goal last year and I'm getting there, particularly with my basement. But also purging out what we don't need, donating clothes sitting in my closet that haven't been worn in 6 months. Painting the kitchen, etc.
The kid goal. A family member watches Addie during the week and because of that, has no interaction with kids her age. It's quite clear to me that Addie desperately needs that interaction so I want to enroll her in some play & learn type classes, go to library for storytelling, etc.
The picture taking goal. Not only do I want to make sure I'm taking pictures of Addie, I want to take better pictures. This means learning more about my camera besides changing some settings and hoping for a good end result. My photo editing within Adobe Photoshop Elements is also in desperate need of perfecting.
The finishing a project goal. Okay, let me be really honest with you and myself. I'm bad about starting something and not finishing. A craft project, a workout project (hello 30 Day Shred), painting, etc. So when I start something I need to finish it before moving on to something else.
So, here's where I try to work on that blog goal...what are your resolutions/goals? Do you start teaching your children about goals/resolutions or do you think that's setting them up for failure? Hit me with a comment! :)