I think it’s important to set goals. Even if you don’t achieve them all it gives something to work toward. A sense of direction and purpose. New Year’s resolutions are a bit tired, they burn out and are vague and useless in my opinion. Maybe resolutions and goals are the same thing under a different heading? I like goals though. It sounds firm and assured. The start of the year is a good time to make goals. I want this to be a productive year.
Here’s the list.
- Study for one hour (outside class time) each week day.
- Achieve a minimum Distinction grade in each unit.
- Complete all requirements for graduation.
- Apply for Masters.
- Achieve permanency at current APS 4 level.
- Reduce number of sick leave days.
- Eat breakfast every day (Try Green smoothies)
- Take a gym or pole class six days per week.
- Walk for 45 minutes before work in the mornings (at least 2-3 times per week)
- Reduce the amount of sugar and alcohol in my diet.
- Take up a new skill; look at Archery.
- Get my learners motorbike license.
- Be proactive about catching up with friends.
- Save $300 a week.
- Pack lunch instead of buying.
- Apply for weekend job when university finishes.
What are your goals for 2014?
This is Julia, being grown up.