- Work out more than I don't work out. This plays into my competitive side. If I track the days that I work out against those that I don't work out, then I can clearly see which one I'm doing the majority of the time. I plan on tracking this month by month. That way if I have a bad week and don't make it to the gym much, I can still feel like I'm able to achieve my goal and actually get extra motivation to do that.
- Take a multivitamin daily. This should be easy enough to do. I used to take multivitamin, but got out of the habit.
- Drink water. I never drink enough water. In past years I've tried to set a goal to drink a certain amount of water, but I never end up doing it. So my goal is simply to drink more water.
Relationship with God
- Always be reading a devotional book. This goal is simple. When I finish reading a devotional book, I'll simply start another one. This may even be my year to get through some of those that I've started, but never managed to finish.
- Attend church and Sunday school.
Relationship with Andrew
- Continue reading books with Andrew. Andrew has a huge problem actually getting through a book. He's fine reading magazines, the newspaper, or the occasional article online, but for some reason he always falls asleep when reading a book. I've attempted to remedy this by reading books with him. This is the perfect solution because I get to read the book aloud, which I love to do, and we get to share what we're reading and discuss it as we go.
- Plan out things we want to do together at the beginning of each month. Andrew and I have never been the couple that plans out date nights. We have a tendency to do what we want, when we want. But with his schedule getting busier with the new job and classes starting up again, I think it'd be nice to plan out some things to do together.
- Work through the 2012 Declutter Calendar. I downloaded it from here. While they have it set up so you do specific tasks on specific days, I think I'm going to work through it in my own order and just keep track of which ones I've done.
- Cook more often. Last year, a friend and I challenged ourselves to cook on Crockpot meal a week. The year, I think I'm going to shoot for cooking one recipe a week. That gives me four recipes a month, which is totally doable. Andrew and I have a tendency to cook whatever is easiest, which means we eat a lot of frozen pizza and other things that are not that exciting or inventive, so this will help us to eat some new things.
- Catch up on scrapbooking. This means I need to set specific, achievable goals for my scrapbooking so I don't get overwhelmed by everything I want to get done.
- Start a new knitting project every other month.