I hope you all had a wonderful Holiday season and are so looking forward to this new year we have ahead of us. 2018 is going to be an amazing year for all of us! There will be ups and there will be downs, despite the downs, it will be a good one! I want to sincerely apologize for the lack of blog posts. I could make an excuse for it, but you’ll see that one of my goals for the new year is to push past my excuses.
I have to admit, I used to be one of those people that judged those who made new year’s resolutions. I did not get the concept. In my head, a new year just meant another new day and nothing would change. I have come to realize that it is such a powerful tool to make goals for yourself for a new year. With that being said; here are some of mine for 2018.
Goals my fiance and I have together:
- We will both workout at least 4 times a week.
- We will eat out less. Once a week is the limit.
- We will continue to build our house fund.
- We will read devotions together every night.
- We will go to church more often. We will watch church online when I work on the weekends and cannot attend the service in person.
- We will take more pictures.
My personal goals:
- I will push past my excuses. I am so good at creating an excuse for why I cannot do something. Goals don’t work unless you do.
- I will open an Etsy shop.
- I will continue to grow my blog. I will post at least twice a week.
- I will continue building a side “business” on Poshmark (Check me out if you wish: maggielynne1)
- I will continue to grow my Instagram and post at least twice a week.
- I will stop drinking pop.
- I will decrease the amount of coffee that I consume.
- I will get off of anxiety medication.
- I will have a more positive attitude. Our thoughts are so important and make such a difference. Look at the negatives less, and look at the positives more.
I look forward to working towards these goals and really making them a focus and a priority. Remember that it is okay to make mistakes and mess up on our goals at points throughout the year. The key is to not let a mess up erase the goal entirely. Get back up and keep going. What goals do you have for this new year? Let’s work hard on them together.