Those are important, but my current goals are not nearly as grand. I just want to do a few simple things that I KNOW make me better. The nice thing about my goals is that while they will require discipline, they won't take up that much time. Although, just writing that made me say to myself, "you do have quite a bit of free time right now." Regardless, I've learned that it's important to set easy goals that you are somewhat passionate about, otherwise you'll get overwhelmed or lose interest.
So what are my goals? Goal number one: yoga at home at least twice per week. I use yoga download.com and recently have been trying to get back into their prenatal offerings. When I was pregnant with Louisa, Abbie and I were pretty consistent about going to prenatal yoga classes on Monday nights. Stretching my body while remembering to breath feels soooooo good, especially when pregnant.
Goal number two: pray more. Ideally I would have a whole devotional routine each day, but again, I want to start easy and get into a habit, so dedicated time for prayer - even for five minutes each day - is where I'm at. God is good and I need to acknowledge that more often. Guidance on my job situation would also be very welcome.
Goal number three: floss more. I hate flossing, especially the teeth that have a permanent retainer, but every time I go to the dentist (every six months!) I feel guilty. Plus, it's healthy and I'm into health.
Louisa's only goal these days is to rock the hipster look.
I LOVE her jeans. Cutest niece ever.ReplyDelete
I'm looking into prenatal yoga classes here. I wish I lived near you so we could go together!
I wish we could go to prenatal yoga classes together too! How about you "winter" in the bay area?ReplyDelete
I'm so with you on the flossing thing, all the way down to the built-in retainer part!ReplyDelete