I'm not really big on new year's resolutions. Yes, I could stand to lose 20 pounds, watch less TV, read more, eat less, exercise more, yada, yada, yada...who couldn't? The pastor pointed out in his sermon this morning that while those things might all be good, none of them matters for eternity. Good point.
So instead of a list of less/more, I have one goal this year - to live with no regrets. To get to the end of 2012 and say, as best I can, that I lived each day, each moment to it's fullest. That I lived fully present. That I loved completely. That I spoke words of encouragement and love. That I bit my tongue more often than not. That, whenever possible, I chose joy.
Now, I'm giving myself some leeway here. I know I won't accomplish this every day, in every situation, but if I can do so as much as possible it will hopefully leave the world around me and the people in it a bit better off. Not such a bad goal I think.
I'm also starting a photo a day project for 2012. Inspired by something I found on Pinterest (of course!), I'll take a photo every day for the next year. I think it will be a wonderful way to document the life and antics of our crazy family. Check back for photos. I'll try and post some once a week or so.
How about you? Any goals for 2012?