Goals for 2013

[ ] Create more
[ ] Be kinder
[ ] Be more active
[ ] Row the length of the Huron
[ ] Cook more
[ ] Spend out
[ ] Take a real vacation
[ ] Plan better
[ ] Plant a garden
[ ] Be ok
[ ] Be braver
[ ] Be believing
[ ] Deliberate practices
[ ] Host more dinners
[ ] Invest in relationships
[ ] Dress better, take better care of my appearances
[ ] Take a class
[ ] Do more yoga
[ ] Shave with a razor
[ ] Do things I’m not good at

4 thoughts on “Goals for 2013”

  1. Elizabeth- To me it means “don’t be cheap – be willing to spend a little bit of extra money where it is warranted to get something nice that you love instead of something cheap that is just kind of ok.” It’s a reminder that sometimes having fewer better things is the optimal solution. The goal is to help me combat my cheapness (which I confuse for frugality sometimes.)

    It’s also a reminder to use what I do have, to not hoard it. I kind of stole the resolution from Gretchen Rubin of The Happiness Project: http://www.happiness-project.com/happiness_project/2006/07/do_you_hoard_yo/

  2. Thanks for sharing Brady! I find it very inspiring to read other’s resolutions, although it makes me want to lengthen my list more and more. 🙂 I too wondered about “spend out” so thanks for the definition. Love it!

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