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New Year, New Goals

In the past I've written about setting goals rather than resolutions because I think setting a properly structured goal is much more effective than just resolving to do something, or not do something. Though I don't think goals, or resolutions if you prefer that term, need to be set on January 1st the 1st of… Continue reading New Year, New Goals

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Optimistic outlooks

Choose not to settle

Going to graduate school was a personal choice. Doing a research project and writing a thesis was another personal choice. I did these things to find permanent happiness in my life. I did these things so that I would one day have a career that I loved. I did these things so that I would no longer… Continue reading Choose not to settle

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March Goals

Now that March is 1/3 of the way over, I'll post my March Goals. Running Run 1 race Do at least 3 track workouts Build my mileage back up to the mid 40s (2nd attempt) Organization  Declutter the closet in my office, the desk drawers, and file cabinet (2nd attempt) Declutter crawspace Clean out the… Continue reading March Goals

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The 2015 goals I met & the 2015 goals I did not meet

Last January I wrote down 22 goals on my blog--goals I intended to meet during 2015. Although I had every intention to keep these goals in mind and work diligently everyday to meet them, some of them fell by the wayside as the year progressed. _____________GOALS I MET IN 2015_____________________ The first goal I had… Continue reading The 2015 goals I met & the 2015 goals I did not meet

Optimistic outlooks

Do you want to succeed as badly as you want to breath?

My graduate classes started again on Monday. Although I have been feeling overwhelmed by this because I am extremely busy at my job I found peace and joy while doing my school work last night. In one of my classes I was required to watch a youtube video by Eric Thomas and it was a great reminder… Continue reading Do you want to succeed as badly as you want to breath?