I made my 2012 bucket list heavily focused on fitness and to be honest I got lazy and busy. But mostly lazy. I’m taking a step back this year and I re-evaluated what I want to do that will make me truly happy.
So here it is, my 2013 Bucket List. This year’s seems more attainable and it will benefit all areas of my life
Home Sweet Home
Keith and I bought a house in 2012. We calculated how much money we have “thrown away” by renting and how much we would keep “throwing away” if we kept renting for a couple more years. It made me sick to my stomach. All the money we put into a place that I was afraid to make a home for fear the nail will ruin the wall!
We bought a ranch on 1/2 acre of land. We have prioritized and started making a to-do DIY list of things we need and want done. We’ve tackled the painting for the most part, now it is time to put all those pins to use on my Pinterest boards and make this place ours. Keep an eye out for the projects we attempt and hopefully don’t fail at!
Healthy New Me
Last year I jumped in headfirst and didn’t create realistic goals. This year I am working towards a happy and healthy me. Healthy eating – smoothies, lean protein, new and interesting grains, lots of fruits and veggies. I will still be on the Weight Watchers program and starting fresh. Going back to the basics.
As far as my workout routines – they will be well thought out and planned. A gradual increase to build endurance and strength. Workouts I will enjoy and not dread. I am going to keep spinning once a week and adding running back in. I have plans for some races this year and will give you the details soon.
I transitioned into a new and exciting position last June and have loved it ever since. I’m focused on email marketing and lead nurturing in my new position. The company is growing, and they don’t intend to stop. Something I want to work on participating in more webinars, listening to more marketing podcasts, possibly attend a conference if it works into my schedule. Basically, I want to improve my craft and learn!
Things are going great otherwise. I’d love to make more time for things Keith and I enjoy. Camping, being outdoors, and finally get a pooch! We have been talking about it a lot lately and since finishing the fence to our yard is a top project, I believe the dog will happen. We want to rescue a Belgian Malinois. Seriously, aren’t they adorable and playful?! LOVE! My parents rescued a girl 2 years ago, Tessah, and she is the sweetest, lovable dog ever!
*How will you make 2013 more meaningful?*