My Goals For The New Year

Now is that time of year where you start to think about how you want to improve yourself in the coming new year… honestly I dread this because I know that I failed on my goals for this year and I wind up kicking myself in the butt EVERY single time.

But as I sit here, I am just honestly disappointed in myself at this past year. I am not here today to put my year in review… that will be next week’s topic

Today I am looking to the future (trying) and setting myself up for success for the coming New Year. So let’s make those goals, and let’s get an early start I will also add in my thoughts on these goals as we roll along.

Lose 45 lbs– This is easier said than done because I love food and sometimes I really cannot control when I am hungry, but I honestly want to work on this.

Get a job– I have been looking for months, and I don’t know why but I feel like people are looking at my disability and not at me as a person who has a lot that she can bring to the team if honestly given a chance to prove myself.

Learn to know– What I mean by this is sometimes my Irish-German temper gets the best of me and sometimes I need to remind myself when it is okay to say to myself that this disagreement is not worth it.

Be a better blogger– I have always wanted to blog, but I have a tendency to become trapped in my thoughts worried about what other people think about what I post then I woke up and realized that this is my blog and I will post what I want.

Get my permit/driver’s license– I want to drive, and my current permit expires on my 29th birthday which is on January 30, so I need to take the time to polish up on my driving know how.

Improve myself– I need to eat better, but I will have to blame my grandfather for inheriting his sweet tooth, I love sweets.

And last but not least…

Have a successful, amazing, and memorable 2019.– I hope that overall regardless of what happens next year I hope to have a year full of good times, laughter, experiences, and just enjoy the last year of my twenties.

Thank you for reading,

Irish Queen