2014 Goals // January
“[Goals are] the direction I’m aiming and a firmer declaration of the ideas and hopes God has put on my heart. They are not resolutions, they are not be-all-and-end-alls. No way. My goals are held with a super loose hand, and I know that I’ll pivot and abandon and move towards the better that God has for me in 2014.”
So good. Perfect articulation of so many thoughts I’ve had bouncing around in my brain.
I’d like to make this goal-setting business a monthly thing for 2014 (a resolution in and of itself, I know), but they’ll all be little things. My post-undergrad life is positively riddled with big goals, little goals, and goals that change on a daily basis – this will be a nice way for me to focus on things other than my aspirations for school/career/the future and all its mysterious glory.
So here are three little things I’ve had bouncing around in my head for a while – I’m not a procrastinator by nature, but I’ve procrastinated on these things for one reason or another. But no more!
1. Pick one week in January to do the SNAP Challenge.
2. Maintain a blog post schedule, and get into the habit of doing two recipes posts and two policy posts per month.
3. Watch Helvetica, Objectified and Urbanized. [I bought all three Hustwit documentaries back in October and have yet to watch them…eish.]
What three little goals are you making for January?