- Take measures to deal with estrogen dominance (look it up - in my case this is related to being a middle-aged woman). I've added a few new supplements to my routine. I think that I'll know if it's working if I feel that I'm sleeping better
- Be more of an "encourager". I almost put this in the continue bucket because I'd like to believe that I'm already somewhat encouraging to others, but I really want to step up my game here.
- In the past few weeks, the 365 project (one photo a day for a year) seems to have turned into a chore rather than a hobby. I found myself missing days then trying to make up for it. Over and over again. To the point that I realized that I've lost interest in this and it's no longer fun. I'd been doing for 10 of the planned 12 months. Since this was nothing more than a hobby, I decided to 'officially' put it to a close on New Years Eve day. I feel good about that decision. Maybe I'll start up again on March 1. But this time, rather than call it a 365, I'll call it a photo-a-day and let the duration happen naturally.
- Be smart about my knee. Race for fun, keep the distances reasonable, stop when it hurts. I'd rather run short and slow than not at all. This worked well for me in 2012 and I want to repeat that in 2013. Looking at some fun runs in the next few months to kick-start the new year.
- 3x week yoga, 2-3/week running, 3/week fitness walking seems like a good maintenance plan for my body. I want to keep this up and build from there.
- Read at least 1-2 books a week. This may sound odd to you, but until my Husband bought me a Nexus 7 in the beginning of August, I hadn't read for fun EVER. Since then, I've been reading like a fool. I want to keep this up and read at least 1-2 books a week just for fun.