Saturday, December 31, 2011

Goodbye 2011!

I have been m.i.a. the last few weeks; I've been burnt out the last few weeks and needed a break to just relax some. With the holidays out of the way, I have time to breathe and enjoy myself. Can I start by saying how happy I am 2011 is gone? For the most part, it was a bad and hard year for us. Beginning this week, I;ve done small changes to insure that 2012 is a better year for both Josh and I.

So, to start, I have decided to put a lot of focus on myself and my marriage in 2012. I admit, I put both of those things on the back burner and take them for granted most of the time. I am not going to do that anymore. I downloaded a daily devotional on my newly gifted Nook Color (amazing too!) and make sure I finish my day with it each day. Josh and I are also doing a daily couples devotional for a year that goes along with the movie Fireproof. We're only a few days in, but I can really feel God working with me and Josh. We've gotten along so much better lately and we are so excited to do our devotional daily.

I have also decided to restart my diet. I'm starting Monday. I will be doing my morning meal replacement shake, yoga, and using a new app I downloaded- Couch to 5K. I am not going after a goal wait, just to be a healthier me.

Anyways... Here's my New Year's Resolutions:
1. To become the woman God wants me to be- Godly and a better wife and woman.
2. To become a healthier me- fitter, exercise more, eat healthy.
3. Read a book a week beginning the first.
4. Take care of me- enjoying relaxing bubble baths, reward myself for good work.
5. Get back into school.- 2 semesters to go!
6. Get pregnant- mommy hood needs to happen to me :)
7. Date nights with the hubby at least twice a month.

What are your guy's plans for 2012? I'm not one to make resolutions, because I never complete them, but these are things I feel are within my reach. Keep me motivated :)


TerinAleah said...

Happy New Year! :)

A Randomlicious Blog for the Soul said...

I think those are some great resolutions! I take my marriage for granted too. It's easy to do.

I'm definitely going to try and work out more. I hate to use the word diet because that always seems to make me want to eat more. My goal is just to exercise more in the hopes that that will promote change in my caloric intake.

Hope you guys had a Happy New Year!