Reviewing my goals

Last night I was checking my list of goals I made at the beginning of the year. I wasn’t surprised to notice I did forget some of them and I’m not interested anymore. I agreed with other people that making resolutions at the beginning of the year it’s a waste of time.

The list has ten goals, two were accomplished, two I’ve to wait for next year, and six I’ve lost interest in. In the past year, my priorities have changed and the list of goals is not worth it.

I’m close to retirement and I don’t want to be overwhelmed thinking too much about things I don’t care about anymore.  I don’t care if I lose ten pounds. I’ve been exercising and walking and I didn’t lose ten pounds, however, I didn’t gain any weight either. I’m okay with that. Being affected by all that pressure allows me to feel overwhelmed, depressed, and a failure.

I don’t want to give pressure on myself for goals I’m not interested in anymore. I want to be able to change my mind as many times as I want. I want to finish the year with no pressure, feel more relaxed, and enjoy what I love.

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