First, I think that LL is MUCH better at this than I am like I stated in my Goals Blog at the end of last year. I’m GREAT at seeing something, wanting it, and working to achieve it. I’m TERRIBLE at looking at things I want to change and keeping up the maintenance. That being stated, there are SEVERAL things in my life that I’ve been ignoring or waving away for years.
LL inspired me in 2015 with her goals–we do that on occasion, inspire each other–and so here I am with my fresh list (well with my list of a couple of new and a couple of repeats/continuances).
In 2015, I decided to focus on my relationship with myself and to focus on making myself a more complete person, instead of continually dating or trying to date people that just weren’t interesting enough. This one will continue in 2016.
Also for 2015, I started swimming–I have now moved and am not in walking distance of a pool, but with three different besties who’s jobs are in fitness, living with two dancers, and having several gym bunny friends, its my goal this year to find a continual workout habit–one that I like enough and will do daily or at least the recommended 3-4 times a week (so if you have suggestions, I’m open on this one.) I want something with little commitment (so no memberships, or high cost), something that is fun or doesn’t feel like exercise–I live RIGHT across the street from Central Park, so I love walking in the park, just not when its 20 degrees outside. I ALREADY walk to the next subway station as a general guideline when I can, and I’m trying to remember to do plies or stretches while making coffee…
I’m going to get better at cleaning. I’m a clean person, but I keep stuff. I need to be better about organizing the stuff and tossing what no longer serves me. (I don’t need 8 dingy t-shirts when I have 10 perfectly good ones. I don’t need to keep all receipts, all the time, etc.) Send me your organizing ideas or write them in the comments!
And now for my big one: I have a HORRIBLE relationship with money. HORRIBLE. Part of it is that I’m in a moment that I’m not living paycheck to paycheck… but I’m spending like I have Park Avenue money… Interestingly enough, I don’t like asking for the amount of money I’m worth–I’m getting better–go read that blog! But if you have any good money relationship advice, I’ll happily listen.
What are your goals for 2016?
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