Monday, January 2, 2012

Six by Six

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I am ready to get things done in 2012.  I am thankful to have the day off today, and plan to use it to the best of my ability.  Today, I will be returning some things I bought before the trip and did not need, getting my oil changed, finishing up the laundry from yesterday, doing some major blog reading and commenting and doing some reading.

Yesterday, I blogged about 6x6 blogs.  If you are too lazy to scroll down and read the entire post, you can just click here and it will open in a new window.

Six by Six goals
for January 2nd, 2012 to February 13th, 2012

I am by no means part of a younger generation or a new Christian, but I lead an amazing eGroup of girls who are new Christians and a part of the new generation.  I hope by reading this book, written for teens, I can begin to answer their questions on a more appropriate level.  This book was my Christmas gift from my amazing roommate! 

2. Spend 30 minutes of uninterrupted time with God.
I plan on reading my Bible in this time, asking God to speak into my life about something, and just listening to what He has to say.

3. Stay on track for my plans for .Redeemed. in 2012.
Click the link above for a more in detail explanation of what plans I have for .Redeemed. in 2012.

4. Make it to the gym three times a week.
After spraining (nearly fracturing) my ankle the week of my 5k a month ago, I have not been back to the gym.  It is time to make my way back. 

5. Drop 10 pounds.
By going to the gym three times a week and eating much healthier, I plan to drop 10 pounds in the first six weeks of 2012.

6. Be the best I can be at every thing I do.
Often times I find myself giving less than my best.  I give less than my best to my friends, to my family, and sometimes even at work.  I am pretty amazing (ha!) and so less than my best is sometimes still very good.  I want to give everyone and everything I do my best the first six weeks of 2012.

There ya have it folks!  The first six by six of 2012!  Hold me accountable!!

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1 comment:

  1. Awesome list! And it seems much more attainable to do small goals instead of a year-long thing.