#Goals

 

Psalms 20_4It’s so cliche.  Talking about goals in January.  But, here I am, doing just that.  As January draws to a close I thought I would share some of my goals for 2018 so I can have them listed in one place, and also for a little accountability.  Not that I expect you to keep up with my goals or ask me how I’m doing (you’re totally welcome to do so), but there’s something about sharing a goal with others that creates a sense of accountability.

So here they are – what I can remember, at least – in no particular order:

  1. Read the Bible in its entirety
  2. Finish the planner God told me to create
  3. Read (something other than the Bible) 3 days a week
  4. Blog more regularly (1st Quarter – Once a month, 2nd – Twice, and so on)
  5. Post on Instagram more regularly (4 times a day)
  6. Figure out why my endocrine system seems to dislike me
  7. Continue to adjust my diet to see what works best for my body (see above)
  8. Take a 20 minutes bath once a week
  9. Lead two sessions of The Wellness Revelation

That list is longer than it seemed in my head.  I’m not stressing though.  I’ve already made progress on most of the goals.

  1. Bible – I have finished Genesis and Job, and I’m current on my Bible reading plan
  2. Planner – I am taking two days in February to finish it
  3. Reading – I was reading a chapter every day but scaled it back to three times a week
  4. Blog – I’m writing and posting this before midnight
  5. Instagram – I’ve had a couple of hiccups but have posted on average 4 times a day
  6. Endocrine system – In March I’ll be getting an analysis of hormone imbalances
  7. Diet – I’m leaning towards an anti-inflammatory diet.  The whole Keto thing…I don’t know, but I have a feeling it would trigger hormone issues rather than solve them.
  8. Baths – So far I’ve kept up with the weekly baths.
  9. The Wellness Revelation – I was going to lead my first session starting in February, but I need to nail down the days and times.

So, how about you?  Are you more of a resolution, ONE WORD, or a list of goals kind of a person?