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Here We Go

Sunday, January 02, 2011

I am finally ready to set my New Years Resolutions/Goals. I will be using SMARTer goals (adapted from Paul J. Meyer's "Everything is Attitude")
S-specific
M- measurable
A- attainable
R-Realistic
T-Tangible
E-Evaluate
R-Re-Do

My goals are:
1. To reach 185 lbs by my birthday (March 2) and set a new goal of 150 lbs by when, don't know yet- spark is helping with that

2. To finally get organized (I am starting this process by reading the book
"Organizing from the Inside Out" by Julie Morgenstern. This goal is also my action research topic for a professional development class that I am taking.

3. Becoming more fiscally responsible - On January 11 I will be taking a Dave Ramsey class in my area.

4. Reflective Writing - I will journal at least 3x per week. If I blog at least once a week I will count that. I will also use my spark journal for this.

Sooooo, I am taking a deeeep breath now, and HERE WE GOOOOOOO. Wish me luck. emoticon
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  • THEBUGGLE
    Those are wonderful Resolutions!! Sending Positive thoughts your way!! I myself dont make Resolutions....To much depression when or if I fail...Im on a day to day basis..Live in the Now kinda girl...Besides everyday is an opportunity for positive change..Dont you think?

    I really like your blogs...Your style of writing soo personal and your sense of humor...Good God lady..I think I love you!!...LOL!! OH, by the way...GOOD LUCK!!!

    Kelly~
    3813 days ago
  • CMBELISLE
    Best of luck to you! Dave Ramsey has some really awesome ideas. I don't agree with them all, but many are excellent and once implemented make life much more fiscally manageable. I just wish I could implement them.

    Have a great year!
    3822 days ago
  • SLS-NY2IN
    Good Resolutions! emoticon
    3823 days ago
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