Hello! Happy New Year!! I actually love New Year’s Resolutions and fresh starts so I’m excited for a whole new list of goals to try and accomplish this year.
I started my 2015 the way I start most days… with a run and an eat.
I stopped at the store on the way home because I needed to start the year right with watermelon.
And now I’m hydrating like it’s my job.
Now it’s time to set some goals for 2015!! Who’s with me?
Wait. Not so fast – I should probably review my 2014 resolutions real fast.
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My 2014 Resolutions:
1. Run 14 Races. Done.
2. PR in the Marathon. Fail. But I also didn’t really train for it. THIS YEAR I WILL DO IT.
3. Lose the last 10 pounds. Done! I feel like I am at a great place with intuitive eating. Yes, I eat a lot. I run a lot. That balance works for ME right now in my life and I’m happy with it.
4. Dress better. Well, this is subjective but I did throw out all my tragic clothes. I reorganized my closet. Stitchfix has really helped me step up my game. And I do think I know how to dress for my body type and coloring at the very least.
I have realized that I feel better when I’m dressed better and love shopping and getting out of yoga pants now. Done.
5. Figure out my 5 year plan. I did it! But, then my life script got flipped and I need a ‘do-over’. That’s okay though. Now I know I am capable of being responsible enough to plan.
6. Love. I said I wanted to ‘love God, my family, friends, strangers… more’. I just wanted to lead my life from a loving place. Ironically, this has been the hardest love year of my life. But I feel like this is a success on some level because I have really tried to be a better person.
1. PR in the Marathon. I feel like I need this so hard.
2. Stop drinking diet soda. Cut back on gum to 2 pieces a day. <- These are both just bad habits I do in excess and there is nothing about them that is redeeming. I do NOTHING in moderation so it’s hard for me to just have one diet DP as opposed to a whole bucket of it… I will drink diet soda as a mixer, but I’m not going to drink it straight up.
3. Read the Bible cover to cover. I’m familiar with the book, but haven’t read it all.
4. Be happy and grateful and loving. Everyday we get to choose if we are going to have a good attitude and be kind or not – I choose joy.
Question: What are your goals for 2015?