1. I am going to spend more time in the Word. (In SMART words: I am going to read my Bible three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evening. I am by no means saying I don’t want to do this more often, but I’m starting with what I know I’ll do. The more I’ll read, the more I’ll want to read…that’s the real goal.) – Welllllll…I didn’t do so hot on this one. That’s not to say that I don’t feel like my faith has really grown this year though. Keith and I have been doing much better about reading together, but as far as the actual goal I set out – .3% accomplished
2. I am going to get a job in my field. (This one is a little more difficult in SMART words: I can’t put a time frame on this because I don’t know God’s exact plan for me. I do know He has a job for me though…I’m just out here looking for it.) – Done and done – 100% accomplished
3. I’m going to go through my closet (to sort, organize, and donate) three times this year, in April, August, and December. – Bahahaha…I occasionally tossed out things I hadn’t been wearing, but as for whole clean outs? No. Not even a little. – .3% accomplished.
1. Pay off my student loans. This one should be accomplished by October/November (hopefully earlier). As exciting as this will be…it’s really just a stair step, but it will free us up to focus on Keith’s student loans.2. Take a trip. We’ll be going to the beach this summer (*sigh*), but we are hoping to get away even for just a few days this spring.3. Buy a dresser. The one we have now, while beautiful, is not terribly functional and is much more suited to being a television stand.