13 Goals for 2013: The Conclusion

2013 is coming to an end and we are getting ready to welcome 2014. Time to do a final assessment of my 13 for 2013 goals.

2013 Goals

My 13 for 2013 Goals

1. Become a Health Coach by graduating from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

COMPLETE!!! I am officially a Certified Holistic Health Coach. You can read my post here for more info. Visit my health coach website at www.glenneth.com and sign up for my monthly newsletter.

Certified Holistic Health Coach

2. Walk 13 5Ks in 2013.

CLOSE: Ended with nine 5Ks. My last one I did indoors on the treadmill due to nasty weather and my bronchitis. I was 4 5Ks short of completing this goal. However, considering I spent January/February recovering from my November surgery, and then April – July out for my second surgery, that only left half the year to complete my goal.

3. Save $$$ each paycheck.

COMPLETE: I have saved money with each paycheck. One more paycheck to go and will definitely put some money into savings.

4. Get a raise/make more money.

COMPLETE: A small raise in July and I made some money through my 31 business this year.

5. 1:30 minute plank. I want to be able to hold a plank on the elbow for 1 minute and 30 seconds.

FAIL: I gave up on planks a while back. Just not one of my favorite things.

6. Blog 5x per week.

COMPLETE: Overall for the year I averaged 5 posts per week. For December I definitely scaled that back some.

7. Do something different with family or friends once a month.

MOSTLY: With it being December, didn’t really do anything different – just lots of Christmas parties and get togethers. I did get to go to Chesapeake’s with my mom to learn tips and tricks for cooking lobster tails.

Ready for the Oven

8. Clean out clothes. Clean out clothes – throw away old items, items I don’t wear, etc.

COMPLETE: We have donated quite a few bags to our local rescue mission this year. I had intended to completely rearrange the master bedroom closet this weekend, but this cold has thrown me for a loop. When I do clean it out, I expect to have 2-4 more bags to be donated.

9. Toned arms for the summer. I want to go sleeveless this summer and look BUFF.

HALFWAY THERE: While not toned and buff, I can definitely tell a difference in the way tops fit my arms. So much better. I am looking forward to yoga and boxing at my new gym and will continue on my quest for toned arms.

10. Eat and drink mindfully or intuitively. I will talk more about this later and even have a special guest post coming up. I am not planning to count calories or points. I am not planning to log everything I eat in 2013. I am planning to make better decisions and be mindful about what I eat. I am also not giving up any food – it is all about “adding in” and moderation.

ONGOING: I need to definitely write a few posts about this. In case you are curious about Intuitive Eating, here are the principles:

Principles of Intuitive Eating

11. Do something out of my comfort zone. Leaving this one open to see what the year brings. Quite possibly it will be sky-diving with my husband’s niece and nephew.

A FEW: Successful with this a few months, but nothing big.

12. Utilize my bike more. Like I said in another post, I am not setting any mileage goals for 2013. However, we neglected our bikes this year and I want to change that. I love my bike and we have some great places to ride around Knoxville.

FAIL: Again, I was out of commission most of the good biking weather. Maybe in 2014.

13. Be Happy. Live. Love. Laugh. Don’t sweat the small stuff.

COMPLETE: Fabulous Christmas and holidays with family and friends.

The Girls at Christmas

How did you do on your 2013 goals? Are you thinking about goals for 2014?

Have a healthy day!

1-glenneth-web

4 Responses to “13 Goals for 2013: The Conclusion”

  1. YOu have a ton of great goals! I keep thinking maybe I should put some down on paper — and I might. Don’t forget to give yourself some wiggle room on some of your goals and have fun getting them done!