Every year as the New Year approaches we all do it, create that long list of New Year's resolutions. Some resolutions seem to hit that list year after year after year. But, question is do you stay on track with all your resolutions or are you one that throws them out the window a few weeks into January? I wanted to wait to write about my resolutions so I can compare to where they stand now, if they've deviated from the original, or if they are totally off the list! You will see how the first resolution leads into the second, the second into the third, and so on. All of my resolutions may have little changes in them, but they all fell right in a row like ducks leading into each other. This was not my intention, it just happened that way!
My Resolutions -
Weight Loss - to finally lose that last 15-20lbs I can't seem to get rid of. This resolutions hits the list every single year and it changes through out the year too. Seven years ago I dropped 70+lbs. Since then I have gained 30 of it back, lost 20 of that, gained 10, and so you see the pattern. I'd like to get that last 15lbs off for good this year! That way next year weight loss will not be on my resolutions list, but instead maintaining my healthy weight will be.
Fitness - of course this one ties into the above mentioned resolution. You can't very much lose weight if you are sitting at a computer desk all day long doing no physical activity. I started a new job back on January 2nd and it involves covering a lot of ground walking a facility that is probably a few square miles large. Fitness is indeed still on my resolutions list and I'm keeping up with it, just in a deviated way from the original fitness plan. With any luck this resolution will lead to the above resolution also being fulfilled. Two birds with one stone! It works for me because I am already down 5lbs just from the walking I do at my new job. (How many can say they have a dream job that also has the benefit of helping you lose weight too, without even planning for it?)
Paying off credit cards - Thanks to the new job this resolution is also very much still on track. My plan was to have all my credit cards paid down to a $0 balance by March. This resolution being fulfilled will lead into the next one.
Paying Off My Car Loan - Once the credit cards are paid off I then plan on paying off my car loan. Once my car loan is paid off in full I can begin saving money to buy a house in a year or two.
Saving Time - Having this new job I needed to find more ways to save time. I no longer have an entire day of being at home to get every day tasks completed. I have struggled to find the balance between work, home time, and getting daily tasks done. I have a handful of hours each day to get all my this stuff done, throw in there horses need to be taken care of and ridden, cars might need to be washed, or I might want to go meet some friends out for coffee, dinner, or drinks. Can I buy time someplace? Let's not forget all the shopping too. How could I save time and get shopping done too? The answer is simply by using the mygofer service.
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As you can see all of my resolutions tied into the next. By shopping the mygofer service not only do I save time, but I save money. Money saved is money used to pay off credit cards and my auto loan. The new job allows me to make money to buy items and pay off bills, all while being physically active headed towards that fitness goal and weight loss!
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