1. Read 45 books. Dudes, I read 91 books. My Goodreads challenge didn't count books I've read in previous years, but I tracked them on my own "shelf" and yay! This was the first year I consistently read. Normally I'll read a stack of books, then won't pick anything up for weeks or months, then go through another stack. I watched much less TV and movies during naptime, but that's okay.
2. Run at least two half-marathons. Well I didn't run two, just the Divas in September. I'm okay with that, too. I just never signed up for another. Next year maybe.
3. Run 1 mile everyday. This was an afterthought goal Corey suggested. I talked him into running 2015 miles between the two of us, which would have been 1007.5 each and he said he wanted to do a run streak. I kept it up through the first week of May, but injury took me out. Taking off that week of time felt great and I tried not to feel guilty. I tried to run a few days a week after that and then our New Jersey trip in July was another full week I didn't run. I started putting in more miles to get ready for my race, then tapered off again. During the fall I ran two or three days a week and I lowered my goal a little all the time until I decided to be realistic and aimed for 700. Corey had the miles to make up the difference and as I do, procrastination had me out today running my "final" mile to make the 700. I did it.
4. Eat way healthier. Obviously there were some garbage
5. Be a better parent. Gulp...don't know about this one. I hope I was, but I also know that I was far from perfect. I tried to yell less, engage more, and not send them all to bed every night huffing and puffing. Just keep working on it.
Long winded, much?
Next year I want to read books, run miles, and have better relationships--with everyone, since I tend to be a people-hating introvert.