Happy January 1st everyone! I cannot believe yesterday was the end of 2019…this year went by so fast. It is now time to set new goals for this year and hopefully stick to. I decided I didn’t want to make too many goals this year I just wanted to make 3 main goals that I want to really focus on this year and those are:
To get healthy and lose weight….I did so well last year but then I fell off the wagon and gained all the weight back that I had lost and I want to try to be better this time around.
Get my hormones checked out and try to regulate them. I need to make this a priority and actually go to the doctor and figure out what’s going on with my body so I can start focusing more on trying to get pregnant.
Be more productive. I can get so lazy and procrastinate a lot and I want to really work on getting stuff done before relaxing.
“Make new year’s goals. The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.” – Warren McLaren
Happy New Year!!! I cannot believe that 2018 is over; it went by so so so quick. 2018 was an ok year for me, it wasn’t the best but it wasn’t the worst either; however, I am hoping to make 2019 my best year yet!
Every year I make new year resolutions and I never ever stick to it; well this year I really want to make goals rather than resolutions and I am going to try my hardest to stick to it and reach my goals.
Here are some of my goals for 2019:
Live a healthier lifestyle by drinking more water, exercising at least 3 to 4 times a week, and eating healthier.
Try to control and get rid of my OCD as much as possible; my OCD has gotten so bad in the last year with making sure everything is locked and that my alarms are on, etc. It is really really affecting me and I want to change it once and for all.m
Care less about what people think. I am so sensitive, emotional and such a people pleaser and I hate it…
Read at least one book a month, I have so many books that I have bought and haven’t read yet so my goal is to read more and hopefully blog about it.
Practice photography and become more comfortable with manual setting rather than automatic.
Become more confident.
Be more positive.
Save more money and to stop spending on stuff that we don’t really need.
Cook and bake more (especially healthy options) and share here on the blog.
Be more in the moment especially with my husband; for example, putting our phones away at least for an hour or so and spending quality time together.
Be more active on social media and blogging by commenting on other’s posts and interacting with others more.