One Word for 2013: Home


What one word describes your plan for 2013?  One Word 365 encourages us to focus on just one word, rather than a long list of “to-do’s” and forgotten resolutions that will make us feel guilty.

In 2012, I focused a lot of my time, energy, and prayers on my desire to be a stay-at-home-mom.  It’s just not in the cards for me right now… but someday it will be.  Staying home has become my long-term goal and now I need to focus on the small things that will get me there.

My long term goal:  I can stay home when we pay off our debt.

It would be nice to strip down to a bare-bones budget and throw all our extra money at the debt… except that’s like starving yourself on a diet.  If I don’t eat anything I crave, I will eventually binge.  If we don’t spent any extra money, we eventually splurge.  I can’t work extra hours and make our food from scratch.  It’s one or the other.  Trying both leads to burn-out… and I can’t be a good wife or mother if I’m burnt-out.

This year, I want to keep a balance.  I want to work to pay down the debt, but I want to make the most of all my time that I don’t spend at work.  I’ll be writing next week about my specific goals for 2013.  But, the theme of my goals is Home.

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