I made a list of 101 things to do in 1001 days.
Here’s where I stand on 1-1-16:
Starting Date: May 11, 2015/End Date: February 5, 2018
Goals completed: 21/Goals failed: none yet
What have I accomplished for the blog?
Participated in 2 new memes – including Masturbation Monday ; written for Oleander Plume’s Writing Prompt and Charlie in the Pool’s Summer Playlist Competition. Blogged chronologically on a concept and about someone other than my husband. I did a Scavenger Hunt photo. For numbers on the blog: I got to average views of 300 per day, far more than 900 views on a single day, and over a total of 3,000 comments.
What have I accomplished sexually and broadening my horizons?
I’ve experienced over three new sexual things and have had a new sexual partner (write up coming soon). I’ve attended over 5 new BDSM events, had new play partners, and gotten out of my own comfort zones over three times. I own and have worn garters (they’re lovely and my husband picked them out and then fully appreciated them on me). I’ve tried reverse cowgirl with him again and still don’t like it.
What have I accomplished in writing?
Nothing really. So here’s what I’m going to do: my New Year’s Resolution is to make this more of a commitment. I need to sit down and write for the sake of being published and less for the blog.
What about my self-improvement?
A bit of a slacker on this one too, though I have accomplished taking a naked photo outside, been credit card debt free, and logged my food for an entire month. My New Year’s Resolution is to make myself and my well-being far more of a priority, as I almost feel like I’m heading more towards self-destruction in not taking care of myself right now. I know that when I am stressed, as I have been the past few months, I get into a horrible downward spiral of eating unhealthily and not exercising. I numb myself on more TV, take less baths, drink a bit more, stop reading for relaxation, and don’t get out and socialize as much. I also create a bit of chaos to distract myself from real issues.
So my focus towards these goals and where I want to be:
Work more towards being published – make the time and commitment, get less out of fear and more passionate about this dream.
I want to start out the year with a yoga focused relaxation – this will help motivate me to become more physically in shape, not to mention allow me to become a stronger rope bottom. I have an excellent friend or two who I may be able to work out with as well, and get me less isolated in loneliness.
Baths and reading for pleasure need to become more of a thing for me.
I need to have a healthier outlook towards food – not resent cooking it, and not looking at it as the enemy or a comforting balm. It’s food and it’s important, but it shouldn’t be such an intense experience in any one way.