It’s time to reassess and examine the things I want to work on in 2013, on both a “Project Home” level as well as a “Project Me” level. I really loved how Lisa at Shine Your Light, laid out a bunch of ideas across a broad life spectrum – from dealing with teenage angst, to sledge hammering a tile floor.
That’s my kind of list, you know? While 25 goals may seem like a lot, I think these are pretty doable. So, here we go, in no particular order…
Get organized. Start small, but organize something every day.
Don’t shy away from new challenges because you’re afraid.
Stop procrastinating – do it now.
Watch less TV.
Be consistent and follow through.
Redo my husband’s office to his taste, which may not necessarily be my own.
|Hubby’s office before we moved in.
Invite friends over more often, even if the house is a wreck.
Let the little things go – remember the big picture.
Sign up my 7 year-old for piano lessons.
Make the master bathroom
my our own.
Take better care of my skin – spend the money on good products.
Plan family meals.
Create a command center for the household.
|Dreamy, isn’t it?
Continue random acts of kindness throughout the year.
Embrace the ages and stages of my children.
Make my home office as organized and efficient as possible.
Splurge on things that matter.
Corral the laundry and make the laundry room a happier place.
|If only my laundry room always looked like this…
Quit being a control freak. Delegate.
Teach my children to value hard work and to take pride in the work they do.
Learn something new.
Don’t take family for granted.
So, there you have it! Have you set any goals for 2013? Do tell!