Well, I’ve been at it for almost a month. Whew! I’ll admit I had my doubts. I am glad, though, that I made a commitment to write every day. Setting clearly defined goals is a big part of any success story. If the goal is vaguely described, how would I know when, or if, I reached it. Of course, I have those ambiguous goals: I want to be a better writer, I want to be more organized, I want to be kinder, I want to be less selfish, I want to grow in holiness, I want to take better care of myself. Maybe I should set some well-defined, daily goals in those areas as well. But, I have to take one step at a time. I know from experience that if I bite off more than I can chew, burnout isn’t far behind. So for now, little baby steps: one paragraph a day until it’s a habit. Then maybe I can add one act of kindness a day. It can take up to two months to form a new habit, so I’ll take it slowly in adding new goals. Who knows what the end result will be?