Please use the new Fitness Friday button for your posts and/or sidebar. The old button will link to the blog that I will deactivate in January. Thank you!
Edited to add: I apologize to those that are having trouble with the posting the FF button. This code has worked for some
<a href=”http://jillconyers.com/“><img src=”http://jillconyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/FitnessFridayRev3.jpg” alt=”” border=”0″ /></a>
Another option is to right click and save and insert as an image with the link below while I try to figure out what the problem is. I have checked and double checked the html. I can’t find a problem so I’m not sure what to fix. If anyone has any suggestions please let me know.
New year’s resolutions and goals. I’m sure you’ve seen the magazines, blog posts, and newspaper articles. Maybe even chatted about it with friends.
Goal: the object of a person’s ambition or effort; an aim or desired result; the destination of a journey
Every year I set 6-8 goals to keep me focused, learning and moving forward. If I had to guess I’d say I have had a 95% success rate over the past 4 years.
This year it occurred to me that, while there is always room for improvement, I don’t want a new me.
For 2012 I want more of who I have become. I’m more along the lines of a fresh start. New goals. New challenges. Learning.
Creating 1. Complete Project Life
1. Complete a 52 week photo challenge, 52 Weeks of Chad and Jill
Life 1. Maintain a B-A-L-A-N-C-E. (Not really measurable. I’ll just know if I am accomplishing this goal.)
Is it doable? Yes. Realistic? I think so. Measurable? For the most part. Motivated? Most definitely! Do you set goals? I’ve read a lot about how, more often than not, setting goals leads to unrealistic expectations and failure. What do you think? Are goals helpful and motivating or frustrating? Linking up for the last time in 2011! See you in 2012 for more Fitness Friday 🙂