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End of Year Goals Update

1. Daily Bible reading (52 Week Bible Reading Plan) - I missed 49 days out of 365 days.
2. Get re-organized - Still working on it-2 rooms & 1 closet left to do.
3. Continue work on debt repayment - Down to 1 car pmt. & 1 credit card
4. Finish getting house together & decorated - I don't think we'll ever be done!
5. Read 1 book a month - I read 16 books.
6. Scrapbook & stamp regularly - Not even close on this one.
7. Exercise regularly - hahahah
8. Lose weight (30 lbs.) - 0 lbs lost
9. Finish decluttering house - Only 2 rooms & 1 closet left to do.

I completed 1 and almost completed a couple of other, so I guess all in all I did not do too bad this year. Now on to next years goals.

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  1. WELL I CAN ONLY SAY CONGRATS AS YOU HAVE DONE AN AWESOME JOB ON YOUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR!! HAVE A FANTASTIC 2008.

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  2. Yeah, congrats to you. I think you did great on your goals. I think that is such a great idea, to set yearly goals!! Most of mine would probably be the same as yours, hehehe.

    Congratulations again!!

    Donelda SBS4

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  3. Im no good at setting goals but I have been thinking lately that I probably should for 2008.
    Conratulations on your goals and best of luck with next years.

    Happy New Year!!

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  4. You have the courage to publish your goals at least, that's accountability. Life is a step by step process, enjoy the journey and happy 2008!

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  5. hummm we are in the same boat, I did not follow thru 100% on my resolutions, but I vow to do better this year. Wishing you a very Happy New Year to you and the family.

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  6. Congrats on completing some of your goals for last year :D. It's awesome that you make those goals! Happy New Years!

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  7. Thanks for the laugh! Love the "exercise regularly" comment! I can so relate. I gave up on New Years Resolutions many years ago.

    Jane
    SBS4

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