I am super excited about a new year. 2016 was a weird one.
I learned a lot and took on A LOT and failed at a lot. In 2016, I’ll continue to do all of that I’m sure but I want to learn how to be a little more wise with my time and resources. There is a lot more that I want to put here (I struggle with wanting to do it ALL – RIGHT now) but I instead want to streamline my goals and be more realistic in the use of my time. My aim is to simplify life a bit – make it a little more light and a lot more full and intentional. I’m thankful to have a husband that reminds me that if I put in all of my efforts into ONE dream at a time, I’ll achieve one, then another, then another, THEEEN I’ll start to see my vision come to life. Thank God I was given him, seriously. So here’s what I’ve got!
- Be self-employed by 2016. I will be self-employed January 1, 2016.
- Identify market and limit services
- Brand TSB – launch new website and brand, do it WELL with undivided attention
- Continue to learn coding, WordPress functionality, SEO on multiple search engines
- Come up with mktg plan and see it through
- Launch SCP website
- Dedicate Tuesday and Thursday mornings to TSB
- Work Saturday – one per month
- Build relationships with friends and family
- Encourage and pray for Justin in his pursuit of full-time ministry
- Streamline schedule that works for me that includes all of my weekly tasks
- Spend one night per week writing
- Read 2 books per month off of 2016 reading list
- Share meal plans on blog
- Keep track of other ideas and big picture vision but DO NOT pursue them…yet
- Continue to run one mile per day
- Strength training 2 times per week for 30 minutes
- Cell-phone-less dinner together a couple nights a week
- Date night once a week
- Be in the Word & pray together
- Planning meeting one day per week
These are the words I want to be apparent in my life this year:
Restore. Heal. Fearlessness. Peace. Lightness.
What are your goals for the year? It’s so much easier to achieve goals when you have friends spurring you onwards to crush them. We’ve got this, friends.