I am horrible at proclamations. I can make them with the best of them, but following through is more difficult. That's where the discipline comes in, doesn't it? Taking the steps, making the choices, to get done what you either need or want to get done. I'm sure by now most people who know, or knew, me roll their eyes when I say something. I have been through so many cycles with the same lessons it's tiring. I get it. It makes me just want stop making proclamations.
January 31, 2016
January 28, 2016
I was sitting in the chair in front of my computer. I had finished my coffee and I knew I had a choice. I could either get up and go run as I had planned, or I could not. But articles and quotes and accountability and the end game spurred me on. So I got up and headed out to do something I had never done before.
January 21, 2016
January 6, 2016
I had talked before about my sweet dog. How he was getting older, and I felt like a caretaker in some ways. When we got the last rabies shot, it was a three year one. The vet said it would probably be his last. Three years. He had a habit of having a hard day, and then bouncing back like a young puppy again. That's just what he did. I don't think I REALLY expected this year to start like this.
January 5, 2016
So, not being a "resolution" or "goal" girl, I seem to have set up a few daily goals anyway. On Instagram I am sharing my #joyinthemorning and #crochetfortheday, and at Goodreads I have set up a goal of 35 books for the year. I also want to crochet 12 afghans this year, though only a few of them have homes in my brain at this point. So, what's up with this non-goal-setter setting goals?