As 2018 draws to a close, I thought that I’d review some of the goals that I made almost a year ago. The accomplishment that I’m most proud of is my fitness goals. I’ve worked-out every morning this year, and I’ve walked 960 miles. Next year I intend to build on what I’ve done and improve my fitness level.
My organization skills are still in need refining. I did follow through on my menu planning more weeks than I didn’t, so at least that wasn’t a total wash. My general organization has a long way to go, so it wasn’t a complete success. Also, my fiction writing took second fiddle to my crazy daily haiku writing. Now that the year is over, I won’t be doing that again. I am glad that I pushed myself into writing a daily haiku, it forced me to write when I didn’t want to, and absolutely made me be creative when I simply “wasn’t feeling it”.
The other rather big thing that I wanted to finish this year was getting my business off the ground. That is the one big thing that I didn’t accomplish. I have been reading and studying various books, etc., but it was just a failure. That being said, I have no excuse other than no confidence in myself – something I’ve been working on with my affirmations. I wrote about how important I feel affirmations are, and they have been starting to work for me after all this time of saying them daily.
So, how did you do on your goals? Let me know in the comments below. I look forward to sharing my goals for 2019 soon. Hopefully we will encourage each other!