31 Goals for the Remainder of 2016

Aaron Kantrowitz
Sep 25, 2016 · 2 min read

There are only a few months left in the year and I wanted to take the time to remind myself of my current goals in addition to adding new ones. You’ll notice there are some recurring themes.

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This is more of a brain dump than a formalized list. It’s always great to jot down your thoughts. It’s therapeutic. Give it a shot.

  1. Quit smoking
  2. Limit alcohol to Friday & Saturday
  3. Exercise daily
  4. Drink more water
  5. Read several books (at least one per month)
  6. Start writing again
  7. Take my vitamins every day
  8. Automate my savings
  9. Train for half marathon
  10. Run a half marathon
  11. Start stretching more
  12. Get back to Yoga
  13. Start outlining my book
  14. Write articles 2–3 days per week
  15. Plan a trip with my daughter
  16. Meditate daily
  17. Consistently get 8–9 hours of sleep per day
  18. Write down what I’m thankful for weekly
  19. Eliminating processed food & sugar
  20. Start a food diary
  21. Obtain my PMP certification
  22. Take walking breaks
  23. Start a new hobby
  24. Attend a new concert
  25. Surf more often
  26. Put more thought into responses
  27. Mindfully practice effective communication
  28. Reflect on my week each Sunday
  29. Jot down personal goals for upcoming week
  30. Live in the moment
  31. Update my goals on a routine basis

Feel free to share with me your goals for the remainder of the year.


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