Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Farewell 2008-Welcome 2009

Is it over yet?
I didn't lose the last 30 Lbs.
There are people I didn't keep in touch with often enough.
I neglected my health in some areas.
I had a few projects that weren't completed.
I wanted to get more involved with the Community Volunteer projects.

  • No pressure on the weight loss, but make a better effort to eat healthy.
  • Write more letters to faraway friends and family.
  • Take my meds on a regular basis, walk, Reiki more often.
  • Finish more scrapbook pages (yes, I'm a nerd), get the Family Album transferred from VHS to DVD, finish a few unfinished knitting projects.
  • Check the Volunteer Opportunity list more often.

I don't think any of the goals are difficult. They just require more attention and thought.


Mrs. G. said...

We have similar goals, though I feel a bit more pressured about the weight loss. I can't bear another lecture from my doctor.

Writing letters--what a lost art.

Happy New Year!

Crazy Mo said...

Only 30? Honey, I have a few more than that! At least we can laugh about it, right? Or cry ... whatever.

My Name Is Cat said...

That's a lot of pressure you're putting on yourself. I admire you scrapbooking nerds. Just the thought of doing that sends shivers down my spine. If you get finished with yours, you can come over and do mine.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

That is an awesome list--I made that a resolution--a letter a week on year. Now I shoot for a letter every other week and I'm never sorry.

Jen on the Edge said...

Your list is great. Reasonable and attainable.

Happy New Year!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

My list is similar--substitute Pilates for Reiki. When I do my Pilates regularly I feel so much stronger and more energetic, with no back pain. Why do I let it slide?!

Happy New Year!

Fannie said...

I am terrible at the keeping in touch. I think you just inspired me!