Wow, we’re already three weeks into 2015. I had hoped that this post would follow my last post by only a couple days, but of course so many other things got in the way. This, however, illustrates what I am going to focus most on changing in 2015.
Before we go any farther, I will warn you that this post is all about me, and things that are specific to my life. If you’re not interested, fine. Most of my future posts will not be so self-focused. But I’m sharing this today for two reasons. First, if I write down my goals and desired changes for 2015 and put them out for the universe to see, perhaps I’ll be more diligent about achieving them. Second, it may set an example for you. Maybe you will benefit from writing down a similar list of goals for 2015, even if you don’t share them publicly.
Last year was my first year in retirement. To decompress from 34 years of work, I wanted to not set an alarm clock, get up when I felt like it, and do whatever I felt like doing each day. I had plenty of activities and commitments taking up spots on my calendar, but aside from those, my time would be mine! After all, isn’t that what retirement is supposed to be like?