So here's the thing about New Year's resolutions. . . I feel like
the vast majority of them mine fizzle out because I have no accountability. I'm changing that this year. 2013 is my year of change. What better accountability do I have than my plethora of 13 blog readers? I'm going to handle my resolutions the way I handle things at work: break them down into manageable bits and do the thing I hate the most first to get it over with. So, January's goals are:
1. Do my second Advocare 24 Day Challenge.
2. Lose 5 pounds this month.
3. Work out a minimum of 15 times this month. I'm tracking it to make sure I hit my goal number. And I really need to do this, or I'll look like a dumbass at my 5k in March. There are very few things I hate more than looking like a dumbass!
4. Make a January budget that is realistic, not what I wish it was.
5. Also, open new bank accounts and start moving our direct debit bills. I hate changing banks, and I've procrastinated a long time about this.
6. Change our life insurance policies and re-do our wills to establish a special needs trust for Katie.
7. Drink 100 ounces of water each day.
8. Finish five more spots on my tablecloth.
9. Get our adoption receipts organized for our taxes.
I think that's plenty for the first month. Can't wait to start checking things off!