It’s a new year so it’s time for some new goals. Yes, goals. Not resolutions. Why? I don’t keep New Year resolutions. But, that doesn’t mean a new year can’t be a time for new goals. Actually, according to dictionary.com, there’s a big difference between goals and resolutions.
Okay, and back to the difference between a resolution and goal.
Goal: “The result or achievement toward which effort is directed.”
Resolution: “The act of resolving or determining upon an action or course of action, method, procedure, etc.”
On the other hand, a goal like, “I will workout most days of the week,” gives me some flexibility so skip a workout hear and there, and pick out the workout I want to do regardless of how long it is. in this case, "most" is subjective.
So here are my goals for the new year:
Get two posts up on this blog each week.