1. Make my goal weight in 2021
- drink all my water
- record everything I eat
2. Hike to the top of Job's Peak
- work out 20 times in January (20 strength + 20 aerobic)
I want to do some goal setting for 2021.
2020 was a hot mess! I cannot change the world in 2021, but I can change my little corner of it - meaning I can set goals that will improve me.
Oola goal setting looks interesting and I think I'll use that as a starting point. I am *NOT* going to set a bunch of goals for January 1 and get overwhelmed. I'll pick a goal or two, and create a habit a week...we'll see.
Oola has 7 life areas that keep us centered: family, faith, friends, field (career), fitness, finance, fun. I suppose that when I was typing these from memory that the one I couldn't remember is the one that I "scored" the lowest on!
One caution, if you're a stay-at-home wife - one of the field questions is whether or not your job could support you. I work part time so my answer is near the bottom, individually. I answered the finance questions as a family unit, since my husband and I are a team, but the "field" questions are rigged for independence.
There! Easy Peasy!
I have a couple of BIG goals for this year.
2. Make my weight goal (about 50 pounds to lose). I have the tools, now I need to strength.
3. Start logging miles on the Tahoe Rim Trail, with the longer terms goal of backpacking part of the Pacific Crest Trail.
One of my week points is not only forgetting the Goals and Objectives, but forgetting ABOUT the goals and objectives.
So...(before I post this) I'm going to use google calendar to remind myself weekly to post on health and monthly to update progress.
Done - each last Thursday of the month I have a reminder to post update on Goals and Objectives on "Fit Friday"
I will print the G&A out and put them "everywhere".
GOAL: Ride a "Century" by the end of the cycling season - perhaps "Apple Cider Century" or "Middle of the Mitten", both in October
I most likely will not be riding outdoors until March or April (I don't have a snow-ready bike), so some of this will be indoors.
Objective: Ride 50 flat miles by May 1 and 50 hill miles by June 1.
At home (winter work)
As soon as roads are clear and dry:
GOAL: Ride my bike to my parents' house (180 miles) by July 4.
That should fit in with the rest of the bike work.
Notes: for riding to Mom and Dad's house, a good idea might be to either have a "volunteer" ride with me, or have Tom drive ahead and "camp" at a hotel. I'd like to do the ride in 3 or 4 days.
grace-note - okay to miss three days a month
Objective: Stick (loosely) to the schedule.
Objective: Make my blog known
Objective: Make my blog "worth it"
Objective: Take all the right supplements
Objective: Take care of myself
This is the really, really difficult one, because it's so easy to fall off that wagon and so hard to get back on.
Objective: Focus on "The Primal Blueprint"
Objective: Focus on "anti-inflammatory/anti-aging" eating
Objective: Focus on "Blood Type Diet" (this should fit nicely, since it's very similar to the Primal Blueprint.)
Objective: Enjoy the journey
Objective: Use the blogs
This year I want...
My plan is to use my planner more effectively. First...find the thing (just kidding I know exactly where it is)
Health Section :
Book and Music section