If you’re reading my blog and you haven’t figured out by now, I like lists.
In addition to my yearly resolutions, I have a few “projects” that need tackling. Amidst my organization efforts, I think it will be good to keep track of them. I hope to be updating this list regularly, so I’m going to create a “Page” for it.
1. Create a filing system
Right now, we have a very disorganized system for filing in a couple of small plastic bins. It’s a mess, and what needs to be filed usually ends up in a big pile on top of one of the bins…or lost somewhere else in the house. It’s not working.
Planned Completion Date: January 31
2. Renovate the home office/gym.
We recently renovated our living room and after recuperating for a few months, have started on the home office/gym. We lost all momentum over the holidays, but hope to get back on it soon.
Planned Completion Date: February 28
3. Organize the shed.
The shed is built into the hillside like a storm shelter. It’s a dark and scary place to me. It needs help.
Planned Completion Date: March 15
4. Lose 10 pounds
I don’t want weight loss to be one of my new years resolutions because I think there’s so much more to being healthy than the number on the scale, but I do want to lose some. My first small goal will be 10 pounds. This task list is to keep me accountable, so why not include it?
Planned Completion Date: Not setting one. Wanting to lose weight by a certain date usually leads to disappointment. Progress not perfection.