In November I set 5 goals for myself. I’ve been finding myself constantly swimming uphill lately – forever with a large list of things I “must make time for” but never actually seem to manage to. So I wrote myself a small list, of things I felt should be a priority for me.
I managed to tick off four of those five things (and I only missed the last item “go on 5 walks” by one walk, so that’s not so bad), so I’ve decided to carry it on for December.
5 Goals for December
- Exercise five times*
- Leave five ‘lovely notes for strangers’
- Try three new recipes
- Watch one ‘classic’ film I’ve never seen
- Crochet 15 granny squares
I’ve set up a page for my monthly goals, so if you want to see how I’m doing you can check in here at any time, I’ll keep it updated as I tick things off.
Does anyone else find that they’re much more productive when they’re working to a list? I know some people find them a little oppressive but I always find it super useful
*I originally had this as ‘swim 5 times’ before realising that the pool we use closes on the 21st of December for the holidays. Oops!
(I’m aware that I’m midway through December already, I meant to post this earlier but didn’t make the time. The irony is not lost on me).