For the past 3 or 4 years I’ve been publishing my annual accomplishments and upcoming year goals. It’s always fun to do this, and I encourage everyone to do it – even if you don’t share it out. Taking a moment to look backward at what you got done, evaluate where things got left, and setting a vision for the future is a great exercise for success. You don’t have to, but don’t be afraid to publish it to a blog. Keep Reading
I kicked off 2015 with some ambitious goals like “Workout 300 times”. I failed at that, but I did succeed in working out waaaaay more than I would’ve otherwise. So, win.
I’m still not great at budgeting for the home, but I at least track our finances and know where the $$ is going. I use Mint, so I can tell you interesting facts like I spent exactly $200 on Health & Fitness related purchases in the 2nd week of December.
I make these lists not as resolutions. I don’t put attempts to better myself until the first of the year. These are goals that I’d like to hit. I believe writing them down is the best way to make them real and hold yourself accountable.