I’m turning 30 this week and every 5 years I like to do a little inventory of everything in my life – kind of like a life assessment.
I look at my bills, where my money is going, what I’m eating, my self-esteem, the people in my life, my activities – everything. I like to spend a lot of time in quiet contemplation as I think deeply about my goals and how I can be sure to stay on track. Sometimes old goals may become irrelevant as new goals come up. I try to think about all of these things when setting new goals for the year.
This year I am focusing on two main goals.
My first goal is self-acceptance. I am all too often my own biggest critic. We are too hard on ourselves.
My second goal is to face more of my fears. This means getting myself into some uncomfortable situations.
My goal for the last five years has been to always be improving. I want to be a better person tomorrow than I was today. This goal I hope to keep my entire life.
My goal for the last two years had been learning. I hope this goal also continues until my last day.
“Do one thing a day that scares you.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
Some of you may know that I turn 30 in a few days. This year, as I turn 30 I want to conquer my biggest fears. Here is fear number one. Posting this video.
This song is one of my favorites and I love that Sadie is singing along.