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Sunday, January 1, 2023

Resolutions - 2023

Okay, new year, new resolutions. This year, I want to concentrate on relationships. With friends and family.

10) Get my hydration levels to over 50 percent.

No matter how much water I drink, I haven't been able to lift it over 48 percent according to my "smart" scale.

9) Exercise consistently 4 times a week.

Moving this goal down a little. I want to be fit, but I want to make more time for spending with other people, too.

8) Keep my nails nice.

Keeping this.

7) See two friends a month, and do two family activities a month.

I need to make more time for the people in my life.

6) Fix three things about the house

I will do it this year.

5) Make $120,000.

Gotta keep moving the goal posts up.

4) Achieve something notable at work.

This will count any large, positive change. A promotion, raise, award, notable benefit for my staff, anything that's more than going in 40 hours a week.

3) Read 12 books

I have not been able to read many books since the girls were born. I'm going to try for one a month, even though I've been balls at this for decades.

2) Get this house clean

Just deep cleaned for a party mostly. I will upkeep and hire help.

1) Fix all landscaping and back deck.

I will do this, this year.

For my kids and I, I resolve the following:

5) Help them navigate tween-teen years, be someone they can trust and love.

Keeping it

4) Get them involved in more household duties.

Right now, they do dishes, recycling and sorting their laundry. I want to add a few chores to help them segment their day and handle responsibility.

3) Save $10,000 more each for them.


2) Pay full attention to them when they ask me for something, but don't make them think the sun and moon both revolve around them.

Tough balance here. Currently, I have found that I don't pay full attention to them when they are asking for things, which frustrates them, and at the same time as not doing them, I have somehow convinced them that the sun and moon revolve around them. So, I need the opposite.

1) Help them get involved in sports, extracurricular activities or something else they like and can consistently contribute to.

I want to help them find their way into being content and proud to be a part of something.


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