Three!

TGT mast headThree is a good number for me usually, but not today.  I can’t think of three good things to do next week that have the potential to push me forward with my objectives in life.

Maybe I will start this by defining those objectives:

MY OBJECTIVES IN LIFE AT THIS POINT

Warning: these may seem sappy to some, so if they do to you, just skip over the sappier ones.  You were warned! 

To live happy, joyous, and free.

To have more vitality and strength this year than last year.

To travel with Mr more than in the past.

To draw to myself a small but nurturing group of individuals who will share the challenges and successes of my life along the path of recovery.

To strengthen my ability to hear my Friend in the sky speak to me wisdom that has been true through the ages, and to apply that every day instead of just once in a while.

To bank encouragement for those days when I will need to make a big withdrawal.

To write more and enjoy reading the writings of others.

MY GOALS FROM LAST WEEK

  • Continue on with exercise and oatmeal every day.
  • Inventory pantry and throw out expired products.
  • Finish reading Smarter, Faster, Better and write a review.

HOW I DID WITH THOSE GOALS LAST WEEK

I ate oatmeal and I exercised all week. Yay!

I inventoried my food pantry/closet and threw away lots of expired products, organized the whole thing, and got kudos from my house mate, who noticed and was impressed.  Yay x 2!!

I did not finish the book, but in my defense, I was cleaning, sorting, and throwing stuff away, so I was busy.  This goal will go back on my list for the week ahead.

MY GOALS FOR THIS WEEK

1  Take a chance.

2  Finish Chuck’s book, Smarter, Faster, Better.

3  Log my food.

Making this week’s goal super simple and super easy, so I get to win again.  Feels good to do three teeny, tiny things each week, but most of all to feel like I have accomplished something I set out to do.

Do these goals support my lifetime objectives?  You decide, then make your own goal list.  Make them teeny, tiny.  Make sure you WIN, and make sure you tell me all about it in the comments section of my blog.  I love you guys and all your encouragement!  You Rock!!!

Lori out!

What one lifetime objective do you have that you are willing to share with my readers?  Why is this objective important to you?

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Three!

  1. To get some part of this world to say, “I get it and am willing to modify my lifestyle to improve my chances of living a healthy, happy and productive life!” The reason this is important is simple. I like people!

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