goal reflection and setting

I love goals. I think when we set goals for ourselves, we give direction to our lives.

I know my days off are much more productive when I'm reaching for things to do in the goals-arena than when I'm just trying to find something productive to do. Plus, at the end of the year, it's fun to look back at those goals and see what was too lofty or just not an actual priority for the year.

Here are some of my goals from last year as well as some from this year that I'm excited about seeing through!

2017 goals:

  • Read 36 books
    Check
  • Start blog
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  • Create something every month
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  • Workout with Friends
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  • Memorize James & Philippians
    Un-check
  • Do something with friends every month
    Check

2018 goals:

  • Read 45 books
  • Run 180 miles
  • Read the Bible in a year
  • Publish worship devotional on YouVersion
  • Write three songs
  • Finish novel
  • Sell 100 planners
  • Put on a Girls Retreat
  • Learn Spanish
  • Write 10 blogs/month

The goal I'm most nervous about is publishing the worship devotion I've been writing for over five years. It make me sweat just thinking about passing it off to one of my friends to look through the theological content. But, I've gone through the devotional with multiple worship teams, and I would really like to put it out there for others!

What are some of your goal? What goal are you most nervous about?

Jessica LittleComment