- Schedule every day
- Set monthly goals
- Buy a home
- Fence in Backyard
- Help Grig get his Welding Certificate
- Exercise 5x a week
- Read scriptures daily
- Memorize The Living Christ and The Family: A Proclamation to the World
- Finish and publish one novel
- January: Finish 1st draft
- February: Edit
- March-April: Re-write
- May: Edit
- June: submit to publisher
On the positive side, I did accomplish some goals.
We did buy a home, and Grig got his necessary welding certificates. I read scriptures most days, and finished the first draft of the novel. I didn't finish it by my goal time, but I've nearly finished my second draft, and once that's done, I'll be asking some people to read and edit it for me. Grig advised me to re-write it before I handed it out, and he was right. It was a good idea. I have exercised more this year, but not always consistently.
On the negative side, I left a lot undone.
I didn't memorize "The Living Christ" or "The Family." We didn't fence in our backyard (it is already fenced in, but we were going to redo it with a more permanent fence. Hopefully we'll be able to afford that next year. I didn't schedule every day, though I did do it often, and I forgot to set monthly goals. As you can see from my blog yesterday, the year was pretty busy.
So, I accomplished about half of my goals. I accomplished some that I didn't know I was going to have, like help Grig find a new job, but on the whole, I can do better next year. I'll be setting new goals soon, and some of them may be repeats, but if you don't accomplish a goal, you might need to set it again.
I've now looked at my year's goals. It gives me some ideas for what I want to accomplish next year.
That's good, right?