Happy New Year, one and all!
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve spent time reflecting on the year just passed, and thinking on where I want to be at the end of 2020.
I wasn’t in a great headspace 12 months ago and I didn’t go through this exercise then, so I can’t review goals set. That being said, there really weren’t any – I was surviving.
Since I started writing down goals mid-year in order to track and celebrate the achieving of, on reflection, I’ve realised that I have actually done a lot in 2019. And so, onwards and upwards we go!
For 2020 I have decided that my theme will be: freedom and responsibility. The two should not be separated.
I have come up with some intangible goals. These goals are more mindset or lifestyle goals. Designed to improve myself as a person:
I want to consciously make a difference (well, continue to consciously make a difference) in my workplace, in my social networks.
I will consciously make an effort to positively impact everyone I come into contact with.
I have also set some tangible goals:
I have set a goal to read 100 books this year.
I have set a goal to get good at making Vietnamese Pho.
I have set a goal to start to learn Mandarin properly (more than just dabble).
I have set a goal to travel (this one is seriously overdue).
I have set a goal to enable my teenagers to spend more quality time with their cousins.
I want to drink less, stay up later, be more social, cook for people.
I want to use my gym membership more than the four times I used it in 2019.
And perhaps THIS is the year I learn to snowboard…!
Where do I want to be in late December 2020?
Physically in the same apartment (hopefully). It will be nice to not have to move house for a while.
I have savings goals I’ve written down to achieve, so I’ll continue to be careful with spending.
Love? Who knows.
Health? On track.
Finances? On track.
Today I’m happy. I’m content. I plan to continue to be so in 2020.
I wish you all the very best for your 2020.