Sunday, December 31, 2006

Goals, Goals, Goals...

Wow, Saddam is gone. Isn't that crazy?! In the past couple years, two brutal leaders have been imprisoned and died- Saddam Hussein and Slobadan Milosevic. It's just so interesting that in the world we live in, leaders cannot simply do what they want and expect no consequences. More and more leaders are being held accountable for their actions, I think that greatly improves international conditions.

I have so many goals this year. Most are personal, but a couple I'm going to try to get people to hold me to them. Dallas will help me with working out 2-3 times a week. I need someone to make sure that I'm running three times a week. I'm going to run in a marathon...I think the Salt Lake Marathon or the Moab Marathon. I should be done with my undergrad classes by the end of the year. 2007 is going to be my year!

I'm not sure what it is or how to overcome it, but I always feel so unmotivated at home and just feel like I'm not a good person. Hopefully a new semester will bring about new beginnings (isn't that a young women's theme or soemthing).

Well Texas barely beat Iowa. It was a good game, especially since everybody said Texas would kill Iowa. The final score was 26-24.

Life, huh?

1 comment:

Chelsea said...

Wow...I'm sensing a theme here. "Being home makes me feel unmotivated and like I'm not a good person." That is a good sum-up of what I was trying to get across in my blog. Why does being home make us feel like we aren't good people? Is it because we actually have time to think about our flaws rather than being so busy you can't even think about what to eat...and so then every flaw you have comes crashing down on you so you can't see anything else? I don't know...but it doesn't feel good. Its nice to know that we've got eternity to become perfect, and that we have the Atonement to help us out. Because there is no way its all going to happen in 2007 with nothing but my own will behind the change. One step at a time, right?

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