I would like to be more consistent with my devotional time. I found a ESV Daily Reading Bible that incorporates the M'Cheyne reading plan, my goal is to read the bible in a year. I will probably continue to use several different devotionals, I am currently using are "Morning and Evening" by Spurgeon and "Life is a Vapor" by John Piper. I also like "Solid Joys" by the ministries of John Piper. That one is nice because I'm able to download to my phone, so now when I find myself waiting somewhere, I can pull up the reading for the day.
Another goal I have is to eat healthier, in particular to cut down on process foods as much as possible. (if it has an ingredient that we can't pronounce we avoid it) Hopefully there will be a financial as well as health benefit to this. I have continued my "dairy free" and "egg free" cooking and hope to add more recipes that will work for our family. (I would have never thought it was doable, but it is)
I did a 365 Challenge last year and I am going to do it again this year. Taking a photo a day can be tedious (many an evening photo was taken before bed because I had forgotten to take one that day) but I have found, like most things, that if you don't set any goals you just drift aimlessly along or you don't do it at all.
I also want to be more aware of my time and what I am supposed to be doing with it. The Lord has me "free" to be available for his purposes and I want to be more aware of the opportunities his puts in my path. It's easy to think that now that my children are grown and I am no longer working outside the home that my days are my own, but this simply isn't the truth, my days belong to him. I want to incorporate that truth more into my everyday life. I am so easily distracted!
I am sure I will re-evaluate these goals and add to them in the months ahead, as life continues to change. How about you, what kind of goals have you set for this year?