December Goal Review

Happy New Year!!  I hope your 2011 is off to a fabulous start.

I thought that before posting my entire year goal, I would start by going over my monthly goals.

  • Try two new recipes per week. Besides this week, I did perfect with this one!  I’m really glad I challenged myself to this.
  • Try a new fruit or veggie once a week. Also besides this week, I did well.  Not going to the grocery store through off this one and the recipe one.  Winter was maybe not the best time for this though!
  • Blog 6x a week. I did okay with this one.  I didn’t succeed last week, but other than that it was pretty close.
  • Take the GREDone and done.  Take that.
  • Exercise 5x a week. Not so much.  I exercised fairly regularly, but I need to make it more a part of my life!

Now for my January Goals!

  • Cook two new recipes a week. I’m sticking with this goal!  I need to expand my options now while I can.
  • Bake at least two things. I’m not a baker, so I don’t want to try and bake something every week.  But I’d like to try a couple of times this month!
  • Exercise 5 times a week.  I need to be sure I keep my mileage up before marathon training starts in February.
  • Strength Train 3 times a week. After Emily’s post on strength training, I knew I needed to face my fear.  I also know this is important for not getting injured during training!

That is all I’m going to set for now!  I want to keep it fairly easy.

Do you have any new goals?



About Anna S.

History Major. Runner. 20 something. Arts Education Manager. New Okie.
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2 Responses to December Goal Review

  1. I can help supply suggestions for goal #2. Probably too many suggestions. I think your goals look good. I am considering doing a list of “31 Things” that I want to do before I turn 31 (in late August). But it’s not done yet and I’m still not totally sold on the concept.

    • Anna S. says:

      I kind of like that! If I had a big birthday, I would consider it!

      I think both of the baked goods need to involve chocolate. What is baking without chocolate!

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