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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Hello, 2013!

Happy 2013! This year for our goals, J and I put our heads together to figure out what we wanted to do. Here's our list of goals for the year...

Family goals for this year:
  • Bring a healthy, happy, (and hopefully full term) baby girl into this world!
  • Spend more quality time outside the apartment.
  • Adopt a rescue dog.
  • Get Charlie potty trained.
  • Take our first family vacation in October.
  • Have at least one "date night" per month, even if its at home.
  • Visit family more often.

Home goals for this year:
  • Anchor our large furniture to the walls and get more toddler safety proofed.
  • Organize all of our clothes into seasons to help with clutter and storage.
  • Donate/sell 2013 things over the course of the year.
  • Try out at least 52 new recipes (one per week).
  • Grow another garden this summer.
  • Freeze and can whatever we can from the garden.

My personal goals for this year:
  • Lose all of the baby weight and get back to my "happy" weight.
  • Go through my clothes, donate old stuff, and update my wardrobe.
  • Take and edit our own newborn pictures.
  • Make quilts for Charlie and Ginny.
  • Make it to 150 blog followers.
  • Read at least 3 books.
  • Keep our pictures organized and back them up once a month.

J's personal goals for this year:
  • Go to the gym at least 3 times a week and get back to his "happy" weight.
  • Read at least 20 books.
  • See at least 3 movies (before they leave the theater)
  • Get a full time teaching job.
  • Be less of a "thinker" and more of a "feeler."
  • Keep up with the journals for Charlie and Ginny.

Financial goals for this year:
  • Stay ahead on our car payments and pay at least 25% of the car's balance (about $4,500).
  • Save up enough money to go to Disney in October.
  • Save at least $2,000 on groceries by couponing and shopping sales. 
  • Open a bank account for Ginny when she's born. 
  • End the year with no consumer debt (besides the car).

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