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  1. my goals it to make sure my 13 yr old daughter gets to the tenth grade when school starts back, it all depend on how the homeschool evaluator says how great she is doing, also moving into my new home. my 2 goals for now

  2. The only goal I have for this year is to try getting a new job:) But to find a new job here is not easy.

  3. I don’t really have anything lined up for this year. I am kind of a go with the flow type of person, so I just wing it 🙂

  4. I can definitely see how finding the right church for your family could help in many ways. I think it w make the most sense to start there. 🙂

  5. I have very straight forward goals.. I am on a weight loss journey and also am building my business to the next level.. this is going to be a great year!

  6. I agree with the meet more friends! I need to meet more girlfriends. I have more guyfriends, but sometimes it would be nice to have girl time ya know? I hear ya on that one!

  7. I definitely need more friends. I hardly have any real friends, maybe only 2. But I think I will make some new friends when I start college this fall or next spring.

    My sister wants to start going to a church, but since we’re non-denominational, we need to find a church like that as well,

    Oh, and did I mention that I am starting college in the fall or next spring? Yea, that’s a goal as well.

  8. Sometimes it can be hard to get yourself out there and make new friends. You might be able to kill to birds with one stone and find jesus and make friends by finding a church that has a mom’s bible study or join MOPS.

  9. Here are my few goals for 2014…
    1. Walk/jog a 5K in my community.
    2. Visit my parents at their home in Mississippi.
    3. Organize my photo albums and establish a solid backup system for my digital archives.
    Immediately scan and file my business expense receipts in a system that does not involve a shoe box.
    4. Commit to keeping a daily bullet journal.
    5. Cook at least two dinners at home per week.

  10. My goals for 2014 is also like you, make more friends in person, interact with people because I find that lately I have been hiding from the outside world. Also, I plan to be more healthy in terms of eating the right food and working out at least 4 times a week! And lastly, I want to be more patient with everything 🙂

  11. Love your ‘name’ of your blog. 🙂 BTW – I’m in Chesterfield, Va so not too far. I haven’t spent any time on creating any goals. Maybe I should.

  12. Great goals for the new year! I really need to sit down and set some for myself! Thanks for sharing!

  13. We all need more Jesus! My goals are pretty similar. I want to strengthen my friendship with my new BFF, Christa. My old BFF died Christmas 2012. It took me a year to open up to new friendships. I want to find balance with my blog. I also want to get healthier.

  14. I have several fitness goals mainly towards getting back into running/racing, professional goals related to my career, and lastly I want to connect more and spend more time with my family in 2014.

  15. Lose weight, get organized, sleep more, laugh more, blog more, and I can’t even remember my others right now.. Oh wait! Save money and pay off debts too. Those are some of my goals. 😀

  16. I like the term goals better than resolutions. I am reading more and getting reviews posted. I have made some new friends. I need to finish more things I start.

  17. My goal is to appreciate what I have in life. To make a better distinction between need and want. And, of course, be the best mom I can be.

  18. My goal for 2014 is to be more present in my everyday life. Less screen time and more face to face

  19. Great goals! My goals for 2014 are to change my eating habits (more fruits and veggies and less sugar..TOUGH!), more water and read the Bible. I knew I wouldn’t have time to read it, so I found it on CD and listen to it while I work! Its amazing! So inspiring!

  20. My goal for 2014 is to be more present for my children, and not be glued to a screen all day

  21. My goal is to lose the last 13 lbs to my goal. Lost 42 last year, I am in maintenance at the moment. The most important is believe I truly need to work on my faith and that is the main goal for 2014. Believe and Succeed.

  22. Great goals! For both life and blogging. And I agree with all three of them for this year, and life in general!

  23. Great list. My one major goal is to get healthy! Ive been dealing woth health issues for 5 years and am done!

  24. I think mine was eaten. My goal is to drink more water. It’s simple but it makes such an impact on how I function and how well I can accomplish all that is expected of me. Priorities!

  25. Oh, your new year agenda is more and better. Every one needs more and better that is why we make new year resolutions, to live a better and more meaningful life.

  26. Hi Natalie, I like your short list… I started laughing when I read how you live near 3 churches and go somewhere else. Same here. One goal I have this year is to keep my wishes close to my heart.

  27. My 3 goals – make more friends, increase activity to be healthier, and to start paying down my debt. These are some lofty goals but not ones out of reach. We can do it together. We just need to commit to them.

  28. I would loke to be more health conscious next year. But I think my biggest goal is to try to make more quality family time. I can be with my kids, but I really want to BE with my kids.

  29. These are great goals. I think you will find that as you go to church you will also be able to make friends there that will be a great support for you and your family. Having Christ in your life will truly make everyday better.
    Right now I am focusing on getting out of debt and losing weight. Both of which are too hard. lol.

  30. Those are great goals. I am working on making more connection.