Hi Friends! I’m back again! I know last week I said I was going to be posting Tuesday/Thursdays but for now, I am just planning on posting Tuesdays. Just one blog post a week – for now. Once it start getting light out in the evenings again, I plan to start One Pot Meals back up and will plan to post twice a week but until then, it will just be once. This is much more doable for me right now. I didn’t want to completely give up on the blog but I can’t commit to three times a week so that’s where we’re at right now!

Today I wanted to quickly go over my goals for 2020. I like to write down my goals as a good way to bench mark and evaluate where I’m at. I have a notebook/journal that I use just for goals. I’ve had it for a couple of years now and just keep using the same one. I write down my “Year” goals on one page and then at the start of each month, I write down my specific goals for the month (based on my year goals). At the end of the month, I recap and evaluate if I accomplished the goals or not, and write my goals for the next month and so on. Then at the end of the year I recap how I did on my overall year goals.

This is how I try and stay on track all year. I also like doing monthly check-ins because things change and so do my priorities and this is a great way to also stay flexible and focus on what I need to.

My goals for this year include:

Health: I have workout and healthy eating goals.

Home: we have a list of home projects to complete for the year.

Blog: Post two times/week and complete my 100 meals

Finance: We have a goal in mind of what how much we want to have saved by the end of the year (I do this every year).

Obviously, these are very vague and non-measurable, but I am more specific in my personal notebook on these (which is important to do so you can measure against something) I just wanted to give you some ideas on what my goals are and encourage you to write your own! (It’s never too late to start keeping track).

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