Regardless of what exactly you call them, many of us have goals, hopes, resolutions, etc. for the new year.
On the top of many of our to-do lists is fitness. Fitness and organization always seem to find their way to the top of my list. I love to exercise, well not exactly love….I do love how I feel after I exercise. So, imagine how I felt when I received my new fitness watch. I could now organize my fitness time.
I’m not a real technical person, electronic gadgets do not normally excite me; however, I have to admit that I quickly became addicted to my watch. It added a new element of fun to exercising and of course I was feeling organized with my fitness logs and info.
All was going well for a couple of weeks. Then, on a particular full day of work and errands, I looked down to check my watch and discovered it was gone! I had completely blown my organization goal along with losing my Christmas present. Ok, completely blown is an overstatement but I was quite frustrated with myself.
I called the company and they said that they would happily replace it as it wasn’t my fault the band had come loose. Wonderful. I was back in business!
Regardless of what your goals and hopes for the new year are, take it one day at a time and don’t forget to find joy in the little moments, as well as the big ones.