One about 20 books I had on my bedside table... (I should review books again?) I have read two of them. The Pact and Speak. In my defense, it was a very busy year, I had a lot of reading to do for school... and I'm lame. I did read a book by Mindy Kaling, Kelly from the Office and I LOVED it! It's called "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?" and It was hysterical. I've also become a huge fan of her tv show, The Mindy Project.
So far some goals I'd like to work on are:
Blogging More than 15 times.
Reading more than two of those books... and writing reviews?
Stick to an InstaGram photo challenge...
Change my last name (License, Passport?, Bank, Credit, School)
Something with Debt--keep it to a minimum, not use my credit card... something.
Genealogy goal--find out who my grandfather's parents are
I have a semi goal in mind, where I appreciate what I have more, and use what I have before I buy new things. This second part is in relation to shampoo and body wash... clothing and food.
I've been thinking about the first part, appreciating what I have in a musical sense, where I go through all of my music on my computer and listen to it a CD at a time and give it a kind of review, or back story as to why it is in my musical collection and what of it stays or goes.
I also have a health and fitness goal (who doesn't eh?) through BYU and our Insurance, we could get $200 bucks for doing it, so why not!
I can't decide if I want a goal in each of these main areas or not: Career, Physical, Spiritual, Social, Emotional, Financial, Intellectual, Environmental.
I guess it seems easy enough to have goals in those...
Career: To move up to an Assistant, become Med trained. Also, to complete my Practicum and Internship and make connections in a career setting,
Physical: Participate and complete the BYU Wellness 2013 challenges
Spiritual: Read scriptures, prepare lessons for the sunbeams and not just on Sunday...
Social: Answer my phone when people call, go out and do things with other couples... host a few dinners/game nights?
Financial: debt free/stay in my budget
Intellectual: attend grad school for three more semesters, focus more IN class...
Any suggestions on what other goals I should have?