We’re into the last 24 hours of the decade, and so it’s only fitting to have our last post of 2019 being all about our goals for 2020. Some are individual goals, and some are joint ones that we want to achieve.
Blog more (joint goal).
We aren’t actually that bad with posting currently, and we’re at a standard of 2-3 posts per week which works really well for us. However, it’s always good to want to better yourselves!
Get back into photography (Mark).
Mark was (and still is) a very good photographer, but with life getting in the way it meant that he just didn’t have the time anymore and sold all his camera equipment. However, he now has a better camera and Grayson’s at an age where its much easier to go out and do things – making photography that bit easier!
Start pilates again (Ashleigh).
I did pilates for a while a few years ago, and I found it really helped with my anxiety but it was also a form of exercise that I didn’t mind doing. So whether that involves going to a class, or finding something online I’d definitely like to take it up again.
Get Grayson to sleep through the night in his own bed (joint goal).
Grayson has never been one for sleeping through the night, unless he’s in our bed with us. Although we don’t mind this, as he does start the night off in his bed (and then comes into ours) it would be nice if he would eventually sleep through in his own room. This isn’t a big deal for us though, and I enjoy the cuddles with both my boys so I’ll never complain.
Keep going to the gym (Mark).
Mark has been going to the gym for the last few months, and has found its greatly improved his physical and mental health (you can read more about that here). He’s been doing so well, and when I asked what goals he had for next year this was his top one.
Read more (Ashleigh).
I adore reading, and I’d quite happily sit and read a book in the evenings. After work and after we’ve put Grayson to bed, I just end up sitting and either blogging or we’ll watch something together which I enjoy. However, I’d like to have a few evenings where I get back into my reading.
What goals do you have for 2020?