- 100 push ups a day, check. (Thanks for that, Schaefer.)
- Finish a draft on a new book for boys. Got it.
- Complete my first mission trip. Signed up and already have my shots.
I'm a big believer in setting goals for oneself and sticking to them. The start of a New Year is certainly as good a time as any for that.
But shouldn't one of those goals always have something to do with the relationship you enjoy with your wife/husband/significant other? That relationship had a HUGE effect on my life and the lives of my children. (Not to mention my wife.)
So, based on further thought, I'm making an amendment. I resolve that Kate will have the opportunity to take the same amount of playtime I get each week for golf or something else. Fair is fair. I know that would make her happy which, in the end, makes me happy. (Dang, is this about me again?)
So, the question is: What are you going to do in your relationship this year? Be intentional. Be specific. Like Dr. Rotella told me many years ago, goals need to be SMART - specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound.
So, what are you waiting for? Get to it!
Happy New Year!