Looking at my goals for 2022 and 2023

Looking at my goals for 2022 and 2023

TBH I’m always a little hesitant to write a post like this because I dubbed 2020 the “year of travel”, but here we go….

Hi friends! Happy Monday and Happy New Year! *throws confetti in the air* I am back and feeling refreshed after some time with family. We caught up with friends, watched movies, enjoyed some girl time (pedicures, boba teas, shopping, baking), and are back in the swing of things this week. I hope you had a wonderful hazy week between Christmas and New Year, and hope you have a safe and happy New Year.

(New Year’s Eve at the Desert Museum)

For today’s post, I thought it would be a good time to look back on the year, assess how I did with my goals and set some goals for 2023.

I have mixed feelings about resolutions, I’m the type of person who often thinks, “If you want to change something, change it now, rather than waiting for the pressure of a date or a holiday,” but at the same time, something exciting and inspiring is bright, shiny. , New Year.

I make changes and set goals throughout the year, but this is the time I usually set big business and financial goals, health and personal goals, and brainstorm a theme for the year: a mantra. Something I can call to mind when things seem challenging or difficult. My mantra for this year is “gratitude”. Practicing daily gratitude has made a big impact on my mood and mindset.

Here is a brief description of the events that happened in 2022.

Looking at my goals for 2022 and 2023

I am so grateful that we were able to travel more this year! We went to some of our favorite spots, like Mount Lemmon, Great Wolf Lodge (a few times), San Diego, Disneyland, san diego againAnd vegasAnd also traveled to some new places like Exploring Waikiki as a Family, Hawaii became the highlight of my trip of the year, and the girls agree; They are already asking to go back.

What to do and where to stay in Waikiki

The pilot took command of another squadron here. While he has a busy schedule, I am very proud of him and the type of leader he is. We have had a lot of squadron events and military fun over the past year.

Professionally, I launched Total Body Reset with Miakept making fit team Stuff for my amazing members, my finale Integrative Health Practitioner Certification, started coaching more 1:1 clients (virtual and in-person), and it was my highest affiliate income to date. I partner with quite a few companies, and I love spreading the word about their amazing products.

I did some formal business coaching this year Dan and Nicole Culver, attended a gilfit mastermind (Jill was my coach all last year!), and I’m looking forward to masterminding in this space with some other friends.

Beautycounter was one area that saw a slight slippage in 2022. I haven’t had as much time to devote to this as usual, and it’s one of my goals to continue growing my beautycounter business. It’s an incredible company doing great work, and I’m lucky to have some friends on my Beautycounter team as well!

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Health wise, it’s been a good year (knock on wood) and I feel like I’ve hit my stride with a few things I’ve been working on. I cut down on alcohol a lot – You can read more about my journey here! – And Macy’s is running everyday. It has done wonders for my mental health and I don’t have to think about walking 10k steps every day. This becomes very easy with daily walks with Workout + Mazer.

I’m still doing my normal Fit Team workouts, teaching barre, and taking classes, like hot yoga, F45barre, Sculpture Society, and jumping on the peloton from time to time. I’ve been consistent with meditation, journaling on my pemf go matAnd sleep deeply at night.

Personally, I am grateful for our friends and family here in Tucson. Our parents are a bunch of friends, the kids have their own incredible best friends, and I attended a Bible study last summer that has changed my life. I grew up Catholic, but never studied the Bible in this capacity, and am so blessed to have a group of insightful, intelligent, encouraging, and compassionate women in my corner.

This is also the year I really feel like I’ve found some balance and some breathing space with my routine. I started taking 1-2 days off each week, and booking small open blocks or fun things to look forward to, like a hike with a friend or a date night with a pilot.

It can feel like you’re in an endless flurry of work, baby wrangling and chores, especially if you’re a single parent for days/weeks/months at a time, and doing so has taken a toll on my happiness and productivity. . Our babysitter started coming over the weekend, only for three hours, and it’s been a lifesaver to keep up with content and backend blog work for the week ahead.

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Some of my goals for 2023:

Here, keep posting content on Instagram and TikTok

I’m not going anywhere here on the blog, and there are tons of ideas for posts this year (and more, thanks to your survey responses!) I also enjoy creating short video content, so I’ll still be posting on igstart posting more often on tiktok, I fought the platform for so long, but I know people are hanging out there, and I love that it’s less curated than IG.

Finish My IHP Level 2 Certification!

I am absolutely loving the certification process and am so excited to be able to run Big 5 labs for clients, friends and family members (and myself!).

I highly recommend it if you are looking to explore your passion for fitness or start a new career. IHP Program, you can check out This post is about my experience so far.

Grow the Fit Team community and launch a group coaching program with functional lab testing

i want to keep building fit team – Community is everything and the workouts are intense – and after you finish IHP2 start a group program focused on health foundations along with optional functional lab testing. If you are eager to get the information first, Jump on the waiting list here.

Submit another book proposal

Every time I’ve written a book, I’m like, “Why did I do this to myself?” But I have a lot of ideas for this new concept. I’m in talks with an editor to work out the right title and perspective for this one, so we’ll see how that goes.

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take the crew to europe

We are starting to plan it for summer 2023! The kids are pumped. A trip to Disneyland Paris is on the books, along with Rome and (hopefully!) Madrid.

Finally get the dang out of the upstairs carpet

I’m pretty sure I’ve said this for two years, but it’s happening, even if it’s just me and Box Shredder. I can not stand it anymore.

keep it up with the podcast

I was talking with a blog friend and he did some digging on my podcast, and told me it is in the top 0.5% of all podcasts globally. And then she laughed at me because I’m so casual about the whole thing. I post when I have content – I aim to be weekly, but it’s not always – often forget to share it on IG stories, edit it myself, etc. with podcasts. I’ve even lined up my first sponsors for the year!

continue to focus on reading

I’m writing great book recaps at the moment (it’ll go live tomorrow!), but it looks like I read about 24 books this year. This was under my goal of three per month, as I spent some book time studying IHP. My goal is still at least three books per month for 2023. Reading is something I really enjoy, so setting aside time each day to read is good motivation, even if it’s only for 15 minutes.

get back to singing…or something

This year was our symphony season, they invited everyone back in the choir, and we had to audition again for our places. I learned Beethoven’s 9th in German, went in and got my spot back, and then realized a few days later that I wouldn’t be able to attend due to personal reasons. I hope I’ll be able to return next year, because I really miss it, but at the same time, it’s been so long that I can’t help but wonder if this is a sign of something else . I’m just looking for something to fill my musical/creative cup with, like singing, piano, or dance, so hopefully 2023 will have some of that.

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Keep working on becoming a more patient, joyful and loving mother and wife, aka my most important goal

I want the people in my life to know how much I truly love them unconditionally, and while I know it in my heart, it’s important to show them. I remind myself to be more present, patient, and to enjoy the people around me as much as I can. I really enjoy my kids, and being their mom is my favorite thing in the whole world. My aim is to make you feel as much as possible <3

So tell me, folks: Are you setting goals for the new year?

What is a professional, personal and health goal for 2023? I love hearing about your goals, so if you’re feeling up to it, please share some in the comments!




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