Happy New Year!!!
I’m so excited about 2018, I have a lot of amazing things planned and I can’t wait to see what this new year will bring. I try to always set new goals for myself, especially at the start of a new year so here are my goals for 2018.
Study 4 books of the Bible in depth
I’ve read through the Bible multiple times so now I feel it’s time to go into deeper study. I chose 4 books so I can study one every quarter of the year.
Read at least 50 books
In 2017 I read 31 and in 2016 I read 91. I know that’s a huge disparity but my life looks very different now than it did then. I definitely want to read more books than I did in 2017 though so I think 50 is a good number.
Give 4 just because anonymous gifts
Just think how cool it would be to come home one day and find a random gift just for you. This is the feeling I want to give others this year.
Exercise at least 3 times per week
In the realm of healthy living I’m really good at healthy eating, water intake, and adequate sleep, exercise however is a different story. I simply don’t exercise enough and that’s going to change in 2018.
Be consistent in skin care
2018 is the year my skin will finally be healthy and clear, I can feel it. Consistency is key in everything and I want to be more consistent in this.
Master 4 new baked goods
I don’t know how much I’ve blogged about baking but I do bake quite often. I also sell my baked goods too. Because of school and business orders of the same type I haven’t baked anything new in a long while. This year I want to master 4 things, one per quarter, and add them to my repertoire.
Learn to eat with chopsticks
Since my love of Asian cuisine is so strong it’s strange that I don’t know how to eat with chopsticks already. I did learn when I was younger but completely forgot. My parents got my sister and I a set of authentic chopsticks for Christmas so I’m excited to start learning.
Reach 150 blog followers
This is where you guys can help me out! If you like this blog tell your friends and family.
Become fluent in French
This is probably the hardest on the list, is it even possible to become fluent in a language in a year without living in a country where it’s spoken? I’ve been taking French casually for some years but now it’s time to grind and really learn it. Hopefully by 2019 I’ll be speaking French fluently and able to read, write, and comprehend it easily.
What are your 2018 goals?