2014 was pretty amazing. It’s honestly bittersweet to see it end, but I’m really excited about 2015. Last New Years I already knew I was pregnant so my goals were centered around my growing daughter and becoming a mother (although I couldn’t blog about it at the time). This year my goals are all about balance! Balancing marriage, motherhood, work, blogging, AdvoCare, health, wellness, fitness, and relationships.
I’ve got a lot on my plate, but it’s a really awesome plate. I truly love all that I do, so I want to balance it all as best I can. Staying organized and sticking to my plan is truly key, while also remaining open to the things I can’t control. 2014 taught me that you really just have to have faith and focus on the future. The rest will work out if you work hard.
With all that in mind, here are my goals for 2015…
1. Track, measure, and plate the foods I want to eat before eating them. I have the nasty habit of eating foods and then tracking them later. The problem with that is that I don’t get an accurate measurement of how much I ate. I know that weight loss is contingent on knowing exactly how much you’re eating and how much you’re burning, so I need to make this change.
2. Lose weight and reach the goals I’ve set for myself. Pretty straight forward.
3. Lift with purpose. I love lifting weights, but it has been years since I’ve followed a program. This year I want to lift with my goals in mind.
4. Become a certified spin instructor and pursue teaching. Pretty straight forward.
5. Save money! Now that we have our daughter in daycare it’s really important that we stick to our budget each month. I want to continue to save for our future even though we’re spending a lot to cover the cost of daycare.
6. Stay organized and don’t procrastinate. I feel like our time is stretched so thin these days. I really want to stay on top of my to do lists and accomplish my goals each day.
7. Treasure the weekends. I want to make the most of our time off of work. Spending quality time with Magnolia while also getting things accomplished before the work week starts again. I want to end every weekend feeling refreshed and prepared for the week ahead.