I love setting goals for the new year! For 2021, my goals are based off of my word for this year and the focus I want to have. Listen in to my 12 goals I’ll be working on this year!
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My word for 2021 took a little while to settle on. But in praying about it and really thinking through what Jason and I both want our household to capture this next year, I landed on: Kingdom.
It’s shaping a lot about how I approach this next year in my thought process and practically through my goals. As I dig into what we will be working towards in 2021, I’ve broken my goals down into 3 categories:
- The Kingdom and my personal goals
- The Kingdom and my family
- The Kingdom and my business/ministry
The Kingdom and My Personal Goals:
I’m a big planner and goal setter. It helps to motivate me and I know that by setting personal goals for myself, I accomplish far more than if I didn’t set any goals at all. I’ve got 4 goals for this category:
- Read 130 books in 2021
- Read the entire Bible cover to cover
- Keep a gratitude journal for 365 days
- Do 6 craft projects in the year
The Kingdom and My Family Goals:
Jason and I have developed these goals together.
- Memorize 40 Bible verses this year (I would like to shoot for 52, one a week, but I know 40 is more realistic).
- Play more board games (as a family and Jason and I)
- Invest in solidifying our homeschooling routines. We started a new curriculum 6 months ago that’s working so well for us. The next step is really solidifying those routines and habits.
- Better family worship routine (5 times a week)
The Kingdom and My Business/Ministry Goals
- Write a book
- Launch rebrand of Finding Joy in Your Home (from Young Wife’s Guide)
- Hire 3-4 people over the course of the year
- Launch 4 new big products and 4 small products
- Secret goal: Work on a huge secret project we have set to launch quarter one 2022. We need to be working on this project each week but it’s hard to stay on track with a project that huge when it’s so far away!