1. Slow and steady progress really adds up over time. Like you a lot of my goals this year are personal and have to to with taking care of myself. I’m less worried about the outcome and more focused on the process and positive habits I can create.

  2. I think getting more sleep is a FANTASTIC idea. Everything in life is more fantastic with sufficient sleep.

    I try to get 8 hours of sleep a night. I wish I could get by with less, but I feel like garbage with less sleep. But it is kind of an investment in the next day for me, so I try not to think about all the things I could do if I slept less! Heh.

  3. SarahN

    I think your goals are just dandy!

    I aim to be asleep by 9.30pm and am up at 5.15am on weekdays for the gym. It’s not quite enough, but it’s a start!

    • Decluttering is so hard because it’s difficult to find a way in. It also feels like a lifelong process for us in a way. I’m ready to get started again!

  4. I hate to think how you’re surviving on less than 6.5 hours of sleep currently! I spend 8 hours in bed at a night (don’t always get that much due to insomnia), and it’s barely enough.

    My big goal for the year (as you’ve seen on my blog!) is keeping up with things – keeping up with tidying at home and with the multitudes of paperwork at work. Having a big backlog of stuff to do causes me a lot of stress, and I would love to lessen that. It’s a lot of work though, and I’m learning to forgive myself for my imperfection along the way!

  5. Kathryn

    Sleep and exercise are great goals to strive for. I’m with you on both. And I’m hiring a local closet/wardrobe consultant to help me get my closet (and shopping habit) under control. She comes recommended.

  6. Goals don’t need to be fancy, they need to be realistic. I think you have some great goals here and you will be able to achieve them without issue.

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