I really dont like the label of "resolutions" because i feel like I never complete it and then i just suck. So this year im going to make myself a goal list of things that i want to do for 2013 to make it better than 2012.
What are some of the things you wish to accomplish during 2013??
I want to lose weight (not so much worried about the actual #, but about how I feel...and I need to tone up the flab!).
I want to start eating healthier and cut back on my soft drink intake. And I guess cutback on chocolate/sweets too...*sigh*
And I guess in order to reach those goals, I also need to start exercising on a regular basis!
Lastly, DH and I are planning to make a budget so we can really see where all of our money goes and be able to start saving more!
we have a family goal for 2013 to buy a home.
as for me the usual lose some weight and keep it off, spend more time with my kids, and maybe get out more with friends
Get in better shape so I'm not the fat flabby one in my sister's wedding, and so I can run and play with my kids better.
Stick to the budget & schedule. No point in lists and plans if you don't follow them. I'll have more money, less junk, and a somewhat organized house.
Hopefully potty train the boy. He'll turn two next April, so no biggie if it doesn't happen, but here's hoping,
Find a hobby that gets me out of the house one night a week. I love my kids, but they need quality time with their dad, and I need a break. I actually go weeks were I'm not ever away from them, thank goodness for dd's sleepovers with my mom and sister once or twice a month. In the spring, when it gets a bit warmer.
Start making stuff. DS is getting old enough to understand he has to stay out of craft supplies, and he's almost got a schedule. I just want to make stuff that people will use, and I'm not very skilled, so I need to come up with something.
Finish losing weight first and foremost! Then buy a new house and get away from my parents before I go absolutely insane from lack of privacy. Get my kids to be more active (once we have said house and back yard). Enjoy the little things I take for granted more often, especially when it deals with my kiddos. Start my clinicals and do well even though I know it is gonna be tough. Generally enjoy life more, get rid of/limit the negativity in my life (mostly some of my family) and be better for my kids by showing them healthy parent/child relationships can exist. Also, taking a real vacation without havng my parents last minute tag along and gripe the whole time.