Sunday, January 2, 2011

2011 Resolutions & Goals

Marriage – Strengthen our marriage and work to meet each others needs
Create and follow the "3 day rule"

Family – Connect on a regular basis with those that I love
Call Al monthly

Send photo cards regularly: 
This has been in my resolutions for about 2 years and I've never done it.  Maybe 2011 is my year.  
Valentine's Day
4th of July

Health – Take care of myself and my body
Get More Sleep
Eat Cleanly
Exercise Regularly

Personal Finance – Live like no one else, so we can live like no one else.
Purchase Family Vehicle (a.k.a. stop driving the 12 passenger van)
Move into a larger house

Education & Training – Graduate soon... start moving towards a fulfilling career
Complete Required Math Credit
Complete 4 Elective/Degree Classes for Psychology

Personal Growth & Interest – Expand horizons, learn about new things
Read 6 Non-Fiction Books in 2011
Read 6 Classic Books in 2011
Journal 3/weekly

Recreation & Leisure - Enjoy myself more often
Book Club monthly
Mom's Night Out monthly
Sew through all the fabric I have (buy per project after)

Career – Create a fun, educational, loving environment for daycare
Continue schedule with activities
Create a group of kids that it workable for long term (less kids, basically)
Create routines that allow kid help & responsibility
Trial "Inspections" once/month

Home - Create an organized, easy to clean environment
Go through my house, one room at a time and revamp

***DISCLAIMER*** Most of my resolutions for 2011 are an extension of 2010.  Some because I didn't succeed in 2010, some because I just want to continue what I've started.  I realize this and I'm actually content knowing that what was important to me last year is important to me this year. 

1 comment:

  1. You've got great plans for this year. You have adorable kids, too! I say you better start saving for their education; you'll never know how high their tuition fee will be when they go to college. I have no kids but my sister does. She and her husband allot most of their payday cash to their children's education fund. They spend wisely and manage their finances and loans very well to give their children a bright future.