So I'm thinking, if I am going to publish to the world the action I'm taking each day towards my goals, the world needs to know what my goals are really.
So, world, here they are:
I commit to making healthy food and exercise choices every day in 2010.
I commit to enjoying every mouthful of food in 2010.
I commit to spending valuable positive time with my family and/or friends in 2010.
I commit to attending a networking event at least once a month in 2010.
I commit to writing, trialling and promoting a minimum of 1 new program for my clients in 2010.
Today, as I have had an hour or so where my son has been at a friend's house, I have taken a few creative steps towards my visionboard. I have had my goals written down since early January. And have had the picture in my mind of what it was going to look like finished. I find it challenging to scrapbook with my son around. He's a fantastic kid. He is very creative himself, so when we get creative together we tend to do things that are more suitable for him and I together. Scrapbooking (which is how I create my visionboard) is not really one of his interests.