Time for Some Changes

December 30, 2018   61 Comments

It is almost New Year’s Eve. Do you know what you really want?

Time for Some Changes

A glass of champagne, a big kiss, a, that isn’t what I mean!

Yes, it is time for that self reflection that comes when we are faced with a shift in the calendar. 2019 starts in two days and many of us are thinking about how we will be different in the new year.

Isn’t it fun to think of starting fresh? I’m guessing that if you read this blog, you are thinking hard about how to be healthier. I’m also thinking that the last couple of weeks have made you feel like a Christmas cookie (okay, maybe it is just me that feels like a Christmas cookie).

What I want you to do is to type in your resolution in the comment section below. Hey, you are already reading this, so you might as well take a minute and tell the world what you REALLY want out of yourself this year.

I will go first:

  • Enjoy my 50th birthday
  • Eat more fruits/vegetables every day.
  • Do a better job taking care of myself.
  • One 10K and THREE sprint triathlons (sounds exhausting)
  • Finally become a little fluent in Spanish

This is what I want to work on for the year. I tried to make them all positive. For example, I could have written “Stop speaking lousy Spanish that no one understands”.

Every year I write down some resolutions and I am always amazed that some of them actually happen. I will leave this post up and then you can look at what you wrote December 30th, 2018.

I can’t wait to see what you guys write. I am sure you will inspire me.

How about you? Please type your New Year’s resolutions in the comment section.

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Deepen my relationship with God.

More fruits and vegetables.

Begin work on organizing pictures.

Exercise everyday

Healthy eating to feel better

Retire from teaching First Grade and take time for myself and family

Find a church family

I am retiring this year so I am wide open!

Eat clean

Exercise regularly

Make myself a priority

Drink more water

Try to be more patient

3 5k's

Finish the grandsons photo albums

Read my bible more.

Eat healthy and exercise.

Try to be kind to others.

I'm not doing resolutions this year. I've chosen a one word theme "Broaden" and hope to apply this to every area of my life except my bottom.

Thank you for your blog. I love the recipes and the reflections.

Eat clean and healthy

No drive-throughs, except for coffee

Strengthen my faith

Drink more water

-exercise at least 3 days a week

-be more kind to myself and others

-enjoy life and appreciate my blessings

1. Stop cursing

2. No texting and driving

3. Be more patient

My mother passed away last Christmas. I spent the better part of the year feeling as though there was a weight sitting on my chest. I want to breathe again.

Stay committed to healthy eating and exercise

Find a less stressful job

Read more

Drink less

Drink more water

Be more grateful

Tuck a shirt in

Lower my cholesterol

Exercise 3 times a week

Socialize more

To finally get serious about my health. To walk at least 8,000 steps per day. To organize my closets and drawers in the whole house (purging all the junk!!)

1.pray and read the Bible more

2 take better care of myself

3 meal plan and prep

4 de-clutter my house and life

Organize and purge "stuff"

Spend time with God and truly listen for his voice

Continue excercise and healthy eating .

The only thing that I am going to try to change in 2019 is to make healthier choices when ever possible. I’ve tried the dieting, it does not work once you stop the “dieting” You regain whatever weight you lost. Also I have a very bad back and bad hips I will also find a way to be more active and not using those excuses not to move more.

Start each day with God

Be intentional

Exercise daily

Reach out to others

No eating after 7 pm

Be grateful

Read Gods word daily

Work on me and get really healthy

No bread...1 cup coffee daily

Drink green teas

Declutter and get organized

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