Monday, December 31, 2012

Two Thousand Thirteen...

Ive been thinking about what I want to accomplish in this new year. The hours are slowly ticking away and soon it will be here (started writing this post early afternoon 12/31/2012). I have a list in my head, i mentally cross off one thing and replace it with something else but seem to never be satisfied with it. I don't want to call them resolutions, that just seems depressing especially with knowing that some will not even be started and some will be started but not finished. Goals, that sounds better, they are things i want to do. Some of my goals are smaller, easier to do. Some just seem trivial and not to matter. Others are full on life changes that may cause me to struggle and want to give up. I want to make my life better and my boy's life better, i want them to grow up being proud of us as a family. Currently my list is on the longer side, but as this new year creeps by I hope to slowly truly cross things off and make it shorter and shorter with each passing month. So before I get to the list I want to wish all those that read this Happy New Year!

~ 2013 Goals ~
  1. Starting January 1st ~ track all meals and drink intakes on MyFitnessPal
  2. Starting January 1st ~ no soda, energy drinks, sports drinks, etc... allowed in the house
  3. Starting January 1st ~ will stick to a 365 photo challenge
  4. Starting January 6th ~ early morning weigh-ins once per week
  5. Starting January 7th ~ early morning workouts, will be starting TapouT XT from the beginning
  6. Make my first weight loss goal by summer and my ultimate goal by my 27th birthday in December
  7. I will not cut my hair till I reach my final weight goal and then will donate it to Locks of Love
  8. Will have all admissions and financial aid paper work completed in time to register for Spring 2013 or Fall 2013 term at Central Oregon Community College
  9. Will start classes for photography, foreign language and nursing (to use towards becoming an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant
  10. Will put money into savings and not touch it, a minimum of $50 per month
I'm fully sure that there are more that are floating around in my head but with all the thoughts and things flying around in my head I cant get them straightened our right now. I'm sure as I cross something off I will add something else but for now this is a good start. 

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