Now that I’ve spent some time reflecting on 2013, it’s time to start looking ahead to 2014. In the past, I’ve made some very lofty resolutions. In fact, they were so ridiculous that I thought this was highly appropriate:
Please tell me I’m not the only one who has done this.
Luckily I’ve grown up (a little) since then. Now I try to make my goals are measurable and that I can actually work towards achieving them without giving up by the 3rd week of January.
I’ve been thinking about my goals for a few weeks now & luckily I found out that Jessica over at First Grade Nest is hosting a linky for everyone to share their goals – perfect timing!
Most of my goals are building off of goals I have made in the past. One of the biggest accomplishments I have made this year is being more efficient at school. It came out of necessity when we had to change daycare providers and I learned that I would have to leave almost 30 min. earlier from school each day. Luckily, my hubby has been able to do pick-up most days and I have still been able to get home earlier and start dinner.
I know my goals are within my reach. I just need someone to check in with me on them every once in awhile to see how things are going.
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“If I don’t open every door, to see what lies within, I’ll miss an opportunity that might not come again. I stay busy day and night, through winter, fall, and spring. I crush my fear of missing out by doing EVERYTHING.”
Seraphina wants to do it all, and she does. Between soccer, karate, ballet, and French club, she isn’t going to miss out on anything! Or is she?