Last year I finished all my goals, but this year Snowdon caught me out. Anyway, I did everything else and I’m pleased. I have new ideas of goals for next year. This is how I did.
1. Good things jar. DONE! I wrote the notes at the beginning of the year, but kept forgetting about it. So I don’t have a lot of notes at the moment. I will try one more year, maybe I will be more consistent. Even so, I think I did pretty good.
2. Hike to the top of Snowdon. I said that if it’s on the list I’ll have to do it. I didn’t.
3. Cross a few things from that 40 before 40 list. DONE! I didn’t set up a specific number, but I did quite a few this year:
4. Grow edible flowers.
9. Buy a caravan or at least make a trip with a rented caravan.
11. Sew a dress/skirt from scratch.
14. Do something I’m scared of.
24. Complete a 30 days working out challenge without missing a day.
27. Buy a collectible with Michael Schumacher.
34. Do more than 200 push-ups in a workout.
40. Buy a membership somewhere.
4. Read 3 biographies. DONE! There is Something I’ve Been Dying to Tell You, by Linda Bellingham; Common sense rules: What You Really Need to Know about Business by Deborah Meaden; The way I see it. Rants, revelations and rules for life by Alan Sugar and Coco Chanel (Critical Lives) by Linda Simon.
5. Take on 5 challenges. DONE! I did: Smoothie challenge in June and I still do it, with a little twist; 30 Days Push Up Challenge and 365 Project, technically is not over yet, as we still have a few days in the year, but it’s going to good; I want to keep it next year too. Also there a couple of challenges related to blogging, the monthly posts about farm/mill, cooking updates and reviews. In total there are more than 5.
Did you set up goals for this year? How did you do?