Post # 1
It’s almost time for a new year and that means new year’s resolutions time.
Right now I have a bunch of on-going resolutions, but my main one is to get healthy.
I was curious what other bees resolutions are!
Post # 3
To seize more opportunities
get outdoors more
Post # 4
hopefully be at the gym m-f.. we have a big family get together in april and i have gained bout 40 pounds since the last time most of the family saw me-too much weight to be put on in a year and half..
be more organized
Post # 5
This year we cut out fast food… COMPLETELY… and guess what! In one more week.. we’ll be sucessful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Next year we’re thinking of cutting out buying ice cream. Our grocery store normally has a BOGO sale on them, so we buy and eat A LOT of ice cream. So maybe limit ice cream to birthdays and eating out?
Also I want to run at least once a week for the WHOLE year. Not sure if that’ll happen seeing as I’m trying to get pregnant. But one can hope!
The last thing I’m tossing around is religious related, One extra mass a month and one rosary a week.
Post # 6
Eat healthier and read 40 books!
Post # 7
@AnaA: I had a goal last year to read about that many! I finally got around to enrolling at the public library, and started scouring Goodreads for good books! I’m so happy I did! I have stumbled upon a few books, that I probably would have never read, that were AMAZING!
Post # 8
@Woodstock: yey! I am on goodreads too! This year I wanted to read 30, got close to the number in the summer and set my goal to 50, but last semester was pretty harsh with work and stuff so I only got to 36 :(. FI says I got too greedy lol. Seeing you are religious, I want 20 of the 40 books to be christian hehe!
Post # 9
@renwoman: lose weight…save $$$
Post # 10
@AnaA: that’s an awesome goal! Idk if I could read that many religious books! most of them tend to be on the dry side. Although if you’re looking for a quick short story to read “The book of Jotham” is good. It’s fiction, obviously, but it’s cute and moving.
Post # 11
@Woodstock: john piper is veeeeery good. I STRONGLY recommend him! He has tons of free ebooks on his website.
Post # 12
Drink more water and less soda.
That is it!
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
To get healthy and to keep my husband on track so I can stay on track!
To continue to help others year-round
To take what life gives me with a smile and a shrug
Post # 14
- Wedding: June 2009 - Mountain Meadow/Mansion
I love reading everyone’s goals! Great motivation for 2014! I’m trying to keep mine simple.
1. Get to my bootcamp at least 3 times a week (but exercise 5).
2. Spend quiet time in prayer at least 3 times a week.
3. Take the GRE/apply to PhD programs.
Post # 15
1. Change my first name <—-(Holy Cow, right?!) Lol
2. Get more sleep.
3. Wrinkle cream!
4. Practice meditation regularly.
5. Scrapbook at least once a week.