Life: 2015 Goals (More or Less)
I've seen a lot of blog posts about 2015 goals, and I thought I wasn't going to do them since it's a bit cliche at this point. However, I've been thinking lately and I thought it would be a good idea to put my goals out there so that I can somehow be held accountable for them. So, here's my "more or less" goals for 2015. Enjoy!
Bake MORE. This year, I have the urge to bake more yummy treats. I want to learn to make them from scratch as well as get loads of practice decorating them. I plan to keep half of the goodies, and bring half to work so I don't feel too guilty indulging :) By achieving this goal, I also hope that I would exercise more to burn off the calories I'd be acquiring from the delectable sweets I'd be creating.
Save MORE. I have been doing alright saving money, but this year, I want to be more consistent and save much more than I did in 2014. This year, one of my goals is to visit England with the money I've saved and see what it's like out there. I also want to get a head start on experiencing the country so I can get a better idea of my interest in moving there for good. Also, saving more means spending less. Please feel free to tweet me on random days reminding me about this goal ;)
Photograph MORE. I want to learn how to stage my photographs and make them look more pleasing instead of boring and plain.
Judge LESS. As per my culture, I grew up being very judgmental and I want to change that. I want to focus more on people's redeeming qualities and overlook the things I don't like about them. This is quite the challenge for me, so I hope I can come back by the end of the year and reflect positively on this goal.
Idle LESS. In 2014, I was mostly "lazy" for most of the year, until my friend really encouraged me to do something. Towards the end of the year, I got a seasonal job and I was pretty proud of myself for accomplishing that. This year, I want to live more by doing the things I want to achieve in life and trying new things. I'm excited to see how far I could get!
What are YOUR goals for 2015? Have you started moving towards accomplishing them?