Thursday, January 1, 2015

2015 Goals

I have chosen my word for 2015: Change!
Now to write my goals.
I have chosen FIVE areas of my life to change. I am going to re-write my story. Do you ever think about re-writing your story? What would that feel like if you could take new chances, try new things, have fewer regrets and less stress? That is my goal for 2015. To find ways to make positive changes. And I certainly don't want to come back here on January 1, 2016 and find that I am just still the same. So this is my plan. And my plan is my goals. These will be my yearly goals and then each month I will break these down into monthly goals. Because that is how I work best! So let's get started.

What I want to change this year:

1.ATTITUDE

2.HOME

3.HEALTH

4.SPIRITUAL LIFE

5.BUDGET

Stay tuned for later this week as I write my goals for January.

Share with me if you are a goal maker or do you make resolutions? Or are they the same thing? What is in store for you in 2015? And how do you plan to meet your goals?

19 comments:

  1. I'm a goal maker, too, and I'll be posting the four goals that are my focus this year. Wishing you good health and happiness!

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    1. Thanks Carol. I will pop over and check your goals out!

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  2. I like the five you listed, I think I need to incorporate those too. I am not a goal maker, but maybe need to start in this new year.

    Betty

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    1. I found that it helped me last year. And then I wrote under each yearly goal what I wanted to accomplish each month

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  3. I do make goals but then if I talk about them they make me feel grumpy and if I don't meet them they make me feel like a failure....but you know all this.....so I am keeping my goals to myself. Unless I complete one and then I am shouting it from the rooftops LOL

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    1. Really! I don't find that at all. I find that if I tell them to the world I become just a bit more accountable. Just a bit!

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  4. I don't make resolutions. But January feels like a great time to start over - especially if I have failed miserably at something. For instance, last year Mr. Sexy and I decided to budget. We didn't do it perfectly, or even great. This year we are doing that same thing, but we are doing it better. More strict. Better choices. That kind of thing. So we here go!

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    1. I hear that Jessica. I didn't fail miserably with my budget last year. I just lost half of my income is all

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  5. I figured out that the only way I can improve myself would be if I had a good case of amnesia for the first 50 years of my life. At the age of 51 I married a man I did not know existed. One who is not abusive, but supportive, gentle and loving. If I could forget the years prior to 2001 (more than I have ahead) I think I would be the person I was meant to be. Brave. Trusting. Kind. Never fearful of what tomorrow has in store for me, and never afraid that what I have today will disappear. Until that happens, I remain a product of my training.

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    1. That would cause one to feel different about life. I am glad I found the man I did when I was younger. I am just sad that he is no longer with me to continue to encourage me. I now have to become my own cheerleader

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  6. Nothing but positive can come from this! Here's to a great 2015!

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  7. "Change" is a very good word for a resolve word! Wishing the Best for this year. Looking forward to reading your blog over 2015.

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    1. I am hoping that 'change' serves me well this year

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  8. Change is a great word. I'm still pondering my word.

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  9. See, this is what I need to emulate. Love your intent to make an Action Plan!
    I'm looking forward to tagging along ... and (cross fingers!) I'll cement my own 'word' sooner rather than later.

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    1. I'll be waiting to hear your word Myra!

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  10. I love your theme word and that you identified five areas to focus on. I chose the word CREATE. The areas I want to focus on are writing, reading, and photography. But how I use my theme word is in an everyday sense. How can I "create" more time to write? How can I "create" a cleaner home? How can I "create" better friendships? I try to think about my theme word daily. This has worked for me the last 3 years and so far in 2015, I'm off to a great start. love, susan

    www.freezerburned-suddenlysusan.blogspot.com

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