Finding a balance between striving and being present. Focusing on the journey AND the outcome without missing out on the joy of either.
Every year this is my favorite post to share! Have you started thinking about 2015? It’s energizing isn’t it. How can you not be inspired and motivated by
the feeling of a new year with endless possibilities and unexpected journeys!
Last week we chatted about our favorite accomplishments. What’s next? What do you want to be able to say is your favorite accomplishment at the end of 2015?
[Optional] topic: Goals for 2015
About this time every year I make a list of 10 or so goals to strive for throughout the upcoming new year. The goals have kept me focused and on track. I’ve run 13 races in 2013, 12 half marathons in 2012, I’ve changed the way I eat, completed 90 days of P90X three times, and grown my blog more than ever expected all with having goals.
Do I have goals for 2015? Most definitely, but even more than wanting to accomplish quantifiable goals I want to accomplish things that can’t be measured by numbers. I want to continue the accomplishments I made in 2014. I want to be the best version of me in 2015!
Family – Always my #1 priority.
- monthly dates with Chad (half being other than run dates)
- the 4 of us eating dinner together more nights of the week than not until my son starts college and then as often as possible
- increase Jill Conyers | Fitness Health and Happiness readership by 25%
- attend a fitness/blogging conference
- redesign my newsletter
- write an About Page
- sub-2:00 half
- run at least one ultra
- run the Hawthorn Half Day Relay as a 1-person team
- complete the NASM PT certification
- deepen my practice of yoga
- create 15 new recipes
- complete a nutrition certification program
- journal 365 days of gratitude
Have you started thinking about your goals for 2015? What is one thing you know you want to accomplish in the new year?
be the best version of YOU
Let’s stay in touch!