I really don;t care if you call them resolutions or goals or what have you. And yes I am aware of the study that says 89% of resolutions or goals are broken by the end of Janurary. The act is I like setting goals, and in 2013 I was pretty good at setting and meeting some pretty awesome goals. Some of these things are super attainable, others are just wishes, but honestly unless you try you’ll never know. I have a motto for the year. It is “Do Small Things with Great Love.” I want to let those I care about know it. In the smallest ways. The little things are the best things for me. On Christmas my favorite part is the stocking, filled with little trinkets that took great planning. In life I am the same way. Little notes, little gifts, little texts are my favorite. It is timeI return the blessing.
14 5ks in 2014.
I did my first 5k in December 2013 and I loved it. I didn’t run it that is for sure, but it was fun, and different, and the money went to a good cause. This could get expensive as each 5k is $25-60 but I may ask for entries for gifts or something. So far I have on my calendar:
Jan 18th Run for the Kids at Universal Studios
Jan 25th Seasons 52 Run in Winter Park
Feb 1st Lady Track Shack all ladies Run at Mead Gardens
Feb 15th Run through the Pines at Showalter Field
July 4th Watermelon Run
More pictures, more writing it all down, more Project Life, More photo albums and prints.
At least 1 One on One date with each of my small group girls.
Keep my nails painted or manicured (no chips)
Pay more attention to friends and families Birthdays
This plays into the “Do Small Things with Great Love” I just want the people I care about to know it.
Find a way to sell some of my vintage treasures.
I just have too many and am trying to really only keep things I absolutely LOVE in my life.
Finance my 5th Kenya trip.
Buy a house/condo
I am sure there are more things I’d like to do but maybe I will make those monthly goals. Who knows. I do know though that I plan on finding a ton of ways to show great love through small gestures. Wish me luck!