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The 2017 Bucket List

Every year I set goals, yes.  Those are the goals I shared with you on Monday. Apart from goals, there are other things I look forward to each year but don't necessarily classify them as goals.  These are my "would like to dos."  They are good for the family and just overall, they are "bucket list" items for the year.  While many of my bucket list items stayed the same, I have added a couple for this year. Here's what I hope to do this year: Create a valuable memory with the kids Provide 2 (or more!) opportunities for the…

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January 2017 Goals

Well, it's a new year, my friends!  I've set my annual goals, and now I've broken them down into monthly goals.  I hope this year to share with you each month how I'm progressing toward each of my goals.  I hope that you will do this as well, so as we work on this together we will succeed together.  (Here's hoping!) So for the first month of the year, here's what I'm hoping to accomplish: Spiritual: Devotions (at least) 20/31 days Devotions with Princess Anna and Rapunzel (at least) 20/31 days Devotions with Prince Charming (at least) 20/31 days Mental: Journal…

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2017 Goals

Every year since I was a young girl, I have made new year's resolutions. In more recent years, I have been calling them goals and treating them as such (because it feels more attainable). This year is no different. The difficulty with goal setting is that there are always areas for improvement. And while I would love to improve every single area of my life right now, it's not exactly feasible if I write down every single small goal. It would be overwhelming, and then I'd just end up quitting. So this year my "goal" for goal setting was to…

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2016 Goal Recap

Last year I set (a lot) of goals for myself.  Thankfully, we have goal tracker apps nowadays that help me keep track of what I'm doing and not doing and that can help me analyze the data.  As I look over the past year, some of the things I hoped to accomplish were a little inconsistent but present nonetheless.  That being said, if I completed the goal 75% of the time or more, I'm going to say that I accomplished it. Unfortunately, I failed in many areas.  Thank goodness for a new year to start over and try again. Anyway, here's…

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