I’ve never really been one to set New Year resolutions. I didn’t buy into the whole “New Year, New Me” stuff or making promises that I wouldn’t keep.
This year (2019) is different. My doctor insisted I come up with at least five goals, or resolutions, for the new year.
I usually have short term goals, so as to not get my hope’s up and spirit’s crushed. But, with a little alone time, I was able to come up with some long term ones that I hope I can accomplish in the 365 day period.
- Pay off at least 50% of my debt (but 100% would be grand!)
- Do more things that make me happy
- Find something I’m good at
- Make more time for me
- Declutter my house (and keep it that way)
- Meal plan, to help cut my grocery bill
I think those are some pretty awesome long term goals, that don’t seem too entirely daunting.
Of course, I have other things I want to accomplish, as well. Such as: Axton sleeping in his own room, teaching Axton to read, weaning Zeppelin from the bottle, on and on.
So much to do. One day at a time, though.
What is your stance on the New Year and setting resolutions? Have you set any for 2019? Let us know!