Last week I said I was going to make a list of 43 Goals.
In no particular order, here they are:
43 Goals for 2014
- Blog Weekly
- Write my Book
- Learn to play the Guitar
- Get Organized
- Get Healthy
- Smile More
- Learn to Juggle
- Eat Slower
- Record a Podcast
- Read 24 Books
- Make Gingerbread Ninja Cookies
- Go to Australia
- Drink more Water
- Join a Mastermind Group
- Organize my Craft Corner
- Wear Makeup More Often
- Help the Queen Mum with Basement Organization
- Keep in Better Touch
- Write More Thank You Cards
- Floss More
- Renew Passport
- Make the Bed in the Morning
- Find New Homes for my Boxes of Books
- Be Kinder
- Touch my Toes
- Reduce Snooze Button usage
- Eat ‘Real Food’ More Often
- Get a Haircut
- Eat Less Sugar
- Get Up Earlier
- Complain Less
- Take Vitamins
- Collect Good Memories
I have to be honest and say that making a list of 43 goals took me a bit longer than I thought.
There were times this list seemed to be becoming more of a ‘To Do’ item list, rather than ‘Goals’. But as these are for me, who’s to say that’s wrong? Nobody.
What are your goals for 2015?
I’ve made this public declaration that Order-Will-Be-Mine this year. But what does exactly does that mean?
I’ve been mulling this over a bit and haven’t come up with a Good Answer (yet).
Which is just fine actually, since I’m not being tested on this. (At least not that I know about.)
In googling the word “order” (Thanks, Professor Google), I have discovered that, at least by one definition, it is:
“The arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern or method.”
That works for me.
Now I just need to find the method.
So this year I am going to have ORDER.
Just call me Umbridge.
From “Dead Again”
Someone's either a smoker or a nonsmoker, there's no in-between.
The trick is to find out which one you are and be that.
-Well, I'm trying to quit.
- Don't tell me you're trying.
Find out which one you are.
Be that. That's it.
Like most people, I’ve got some electronic(al) equipment in my life.
Unlike most people, I have named them.
My Macbook is Hal Jr. Jr., or H.J.2 (for the second). Original, I know.
My first Macbook, Hal Jr.
My Kindle Touch, Kevin.
And I have a two little pieces of coolness that I think that I’m enjoying quite a bit.
The Fitbit and the Fitbit Force.
I got the Fitbit One last year and have been wearing it everyday.
I love the fact that it syncs wirelessly and automatically. I also love the fact that I can ‘compete’ online with my friends that have one.
Now I just have to name them.