Is it something you do? I'm not necessarily talking about the ones we all come up with on New Year's Eve to then ignore 2 weeks later (or sooner), although those are good as well. I am talking real goals. Goals that you will set a path to completion. It seems so silly to talk about sometimes.
Do couples really sit down and have serious discussions about their schooling philosophy? Or about where they want to be in 10 years? Do they read books together to better themselves as a couple and individually? Perhaps it is just me. Maybe I am jumping on the adult band wagon a bit later in life than most people? :-)
Recently, I have been all about the goal making. My poor hubby. He never knows what he is coming home to. Sometimes I wonder if I have too much time to think during the day. I found this at simplemom last year...I'm still trying to work through all the questions. It is interesting to see where my goals lie in regards to how my life currently is. Not that I want a complete 180, although reading back through some of my blog posts it certainly seems that way. But, to be able to make real life decisions, and to put myself on that track of accomplishing what I set out to accomplish...it seems unattainable most of the time.
Do you have a specific way to work towards your goals? I think for me, I would need to concentrate on one at a time. Maybe take one month to really work on eating well and only buying whole local foods. And then the next month work on playing the piano more. The problem is that my list is too large, and I don't know where the right starting point is. Is it more important to eat well, or to read more books, or spend more time on "fun", or to make sure that my daughter is learning music or dance?
I would love to hear what you are working on. And if you have a strategy for goal setting...please share it. I never seem to be able to do one thing at one time...maybe that is my next step!