I was all gung-ho about going back and rehashing what my goals/wishes were for 2014 until I started re-reading that post.
Yea, none of it went down as planned.
I think the only things I've achieved in 2014 was to get better at tennis, blog at least 5x per month and the no more sodas pledge. Sooo, with that being said, I really only want 2 things to happen next year.
- Focus on myself and my health. (i.e. start dropping weight again). 2014 and part of 2013 was the "year of maintain" and I'm not satisfied where I currently am. I want to keep going. I want to lose weight and be in the "normal" BMI category.
- Get better at tennis. I found my passion. Finally. I want to be a better player and keep on going. I don't expect to be playing Wimbledon or the U.S. Open....ever, but I do want to keep improving my game. And I do have some news concerning this that I will share in a bit.
But I'm really ready to turn this ship around and start seeing progress again. I guess that's what the New Year is good for, right?
Oh yea, concerning #2 there. I was 'talked' into being captain of my local Y's 2.5 tennis team. I initially said no because I had no idea what was involved but I knew that I wanted to join an actual team this year instead of just doing only drills and clinics all the time. Well after a few days I guess no one else volunteered so Ronnie asked me again and he said that he would "guide" me with whatever we as a team needed. So here I am. I have no clue what I'm doing but apparently I'm captain of a tennis team now! So, Mid-Court Crisis (our team name) was born!
We have 6 ladies and myself. The league organizer is working on the schedule and we will be starting up sometime next week. I'm nervous and scared and excited all at the same time! But this is all 2.5 players so at least everyone will be around the same level. Not sure if this will work, but if you want to follow our progress, you can try this link.
So tomorrow starts a blank slate again. Time to get back to what I know works. Focus, determination, eat less crap, and move your ass.
Do you have goals or resolutions for 2015?