A little over 2 weeks ago, I turned 37. While that’s not typically what you’d call a monumental birthday, I’ve decided that this year, I will set goals that will enable me to make 37 my best year ever! I’m calling this Project 37 and if I tweet, Facebook, or Instagram about this, I’ll be using #project37.
I’m sharing this with you all because I do best when I have accountability and encouragement and I know that you guys can help provide both! While some of these goals may seem strange, some overly ambitious, and some like no-brainers, I have put a lot of thought and prayer into what I need to accomplish this year and this is what I came up with. So without further ado…Project 37 Goals!
1. Complete P90X
2. Lose 10 pounds
3. Lose 10 pounds
4. Lose 10 pounds
5. Lose 10 pounds
6. Lose 10 pounds
7. Lose 10 pounds
8. Lose 10 pounds
9. Lose 10 pounds
10. Declutter 10 things/day for 37 days in a row!
11. Exercise 37 minutes/day for 37 days in a row
12. Complete C25K
13. Run a 5k in under 37 minutes
14. Run another 5K during the year and do it 3 minutes and 7 seconds faster than my first 5k
15. Make my bed 37 days in a row
16. Get up by 5:30am 37 weekdays in a row (7 weeks, 2 days)
17. Get certified to teach some kind of fitness class
18. Do T-Tapp BWO+ 37 times
19. Read 37 books
20. Listen to 37 audio books
21. Listen to 37 sermons, personal development talks, or business seminars (this is not including my regular church attendance)
22. Go on 37 dates with my hubby!
23. Make 37 different crafts (regular or food crafts).
24. Get family pictures taken
25. Take 37 walks with friends
26. Send 37 snail mail cards
27. Send out Christmas cards
28. Do 37 random acts of kindness
29. Do 12 speaking engagements
30. Sell our house
31. Go to bed by 10pm 37 weeknights in a row
32. Get 37 new social media or Alert Monster customers
33. Write an ebook (I’m using From Idea to Ebook to help me)
34. Start teaching my kids home ec skills using Training your Children in Home Ec
35. Pay $3700 extra on our mortgage
36. Put $370/week in savings
37. Put an extra $3700 in savings
While this may seem like a lot, I’m hoping to break them down into bite size chunks and I’ll be adding them to my daily to-do list which will help keep me accountable. I’ll also be creating a Project 37 binder so that I can see all my goals at a glance and update them daily.